What is the difference between ceramic and porcelain tiles?
Both porcelain and ceramic tiles are made from clay, but the difference lies in the temperature and type of clay used. Porcelain tiles are made from refined clay and are kiln-fired at a high temperature, making them highly durable and non-porous. Ceramic tiles are made of less fine clay at a lower temperature, and the outcome is less dense and more porous. Ceramic tiles make up for the lack of durability with a broader range of colors and patterns and ease of installation. Their less dense softer exterior makes it easy to cut them. We carry Gray Ceramic Tile in various colors and finishes including Matte, Polished and Glossy. Check out the product with the highest review count, the Twenties Grey 7-3/4 in. x 7-3/4 in. Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile (0.42 sq. ft./Each).
Can you put Gray Ceramic Tile on floor and wall?
While there is no visible difference in the appearance of a floor or wall tile that can distinguish the two, the weight, thickness, and friction level decide if a tile is fit for floor application. Heavy thick tiles with COF (Friction Rating) of 0.5 are recommended for floor tiles but can be applied on walls as well. Within Gray Ceramic Tile, we carry 16 Wall and 7 Floor.
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