Greda Sky Blue Square Polished Porcelain Tile by Argo is a 24″ x 48″ product. This beautiful tile has a V2 variation rating. Therefore, the colors present on a single piece will be indicative of the colors to be expected on the other tiles. Porcelain tiles are tiles with a water absorption rate of less than 0.5 percent. The difference is in the composition and durability of the tile. As a result, the clay makes porcelain tile much refined. Porcelain is fired at a higher temperature than ceramic tile. As a result, porcelain tile is extremely dense and less porous. It is more resistant to moisture, stains, and water absorption.
Porcelain is extremely easy to clean. Spills that might seep into other materials and cause a stain can easily be wiped up with a damp cloth. Therefore, it requires no special cleaners, just water, and a mild detergent. It is perfect for people who want good looks with extraordinarily little effort. You can find out more about the pros and cons of porcelain by going to HomeAdvisor.
Shinny tiles have a highly polished finish. It is achieved by grinding the surface of the tile with a diamond disk. Before being put in a kiln, a layer of glaze is added to the tile. Therefore, the beautiful luster is part of the actual structure of the tile. More importantly, the surfaces do not scratch, fade or show signs of wear.
Greda Collection is a rectified tile. This term is applied to a specialty ceramic or porcelain tile. Rectified tile is a fired tile that is mechanically cut or ground down to an exact size. Edges are precisely cut at the square. Consequently, making it exceptionally smooth to the touch along the edges. As a result, rectified tiles use a smaller grout line. Rectified tile is not considered better than other edge treatments. In other words, It is just a different type of treatment giving you a different look.
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