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What is the difference between Ceramic Tiles and Vitrified Tiles?

Asked by B. Wright, Last updated: Sep 08, 2020

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Ken Wilson

Ken Wilson

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Ken Wilson
Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst, MBA, Miami

Answered Jun 18, 2019

Do you think that ceramic tiles and vitrified tiles are the same? Do not worry because you are not alone. Some people also assume this. Vitrified tiles are known to be highly similar to ceramic tiles, but the elements that are used to create them are different. Clay is usually mixed with feldspar and quartz. It will then be heated.

Do you think that ceramic tiles and vitrified tiles are the same? Do not worry because you are not
Ceramic is known to be one of the most elegant types of tiles that you can get, but it may also tend to be fragile. Vitrified tiles are, and they will also not absorb different kinds of liquids. Vitrified tiles are better suited for areas that may be wet all the time, such as the bathroom or near the swimming pool area.

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