Is Porcelain tile thick or thin? About tiles, take you to understand
Is it better to lay porcelain tile or wooden floor on the floor of the house? Are you uncertain when choosing the floor covering material? In fact, after understanding the characteristics of the material, the choice is not that difficult. Today, let's talk about "those things about tile materials".
1. Polished tiles with smooth surface are not slippery?
The surface of polished tiles is smooth and smooth, which is fashionable and atmospheric, and the paving space is very beautiful, but many people think that polished tiles are not slip-resistant, so they are not suitable for kitchens and bathrooms.
2. Matt tiles are easy to be dirty and difficult to clean?
Matt tiles are indeed easy to absorb dust and some substances, but these adsorbed substances will not penetrate into the glazed surface of the tiles. They can be cleaned with ordinary cleaners, so they are easy to clean. In addition, matt tiles are resistant to Grinding, non-slip and other advantages.
3. Is the tile thick or thin?
Many people think that thick ceramic tiles are stronger and more durable. In fact, the quality of ceramic tiles is not determined by thickness. Too thick ceramic tiles are more difficult to sinter, and it is easy to sinter incompletely, resulting in black hearts in the middle of the tiles.
To choose high-quality tiles, it is still necessary to judge from: the density, water absorption, bearing capacity, flatness, size error and other aspects of the tiles.
4. Why soak in water before laying tiles?
The purpose of soaking the tiles in water is to allow the tiles to absorb sufficient moisture before laying, so as not to "grab" the moisture in the cement layer, so as to reduce the probability of the tiles being hollow and falling off.