There are many types of ceramic tiles sold on the market. The common ones are diamond tiles and polished tiles. Different tiles have different appearance and texture. Consumers can choose the appropriate tiles according to the place where they are laid.
First, polished tiles and diamond tiles are bright and atmospheric in appearance, and it is difficult to distinguish the two only from their appearance. Polished tiles and diamond tiles are different in color. The difference between the various colors of the polished tile surface will not be too intense, but the full polished glaze is not restricted, red, black, yellow, blue, and purple. The color of the polished tiles is simple, and there is not much change. The color of the glazed tiles should be bright because they are glaze after the markings are printed on them. The difference between polished tiles and diamond tiles in the texture, in the texture, the texture of the polished tile cannot be very small, and the full polished glaze can achieve the same fine lines as needlework.
Second, the polished tiles are of relatively good quality after use. Although the pattern is not as good as the full polished glaze, the polished tiles are fired twice, and the front is compared with that on the ground. The 1:1 of the column means that the face and the lower part are half of each other, and the upper layer cannot be polished in ten years. For a fully glazed surface, only one face needs to have that pattern, and the others are the bottom. It's the same after posting.
Tiles buying skills
1. Look at the flatness. Lay two bricks of the same type face-to-face, align the four corners, and rotate one of them. If it is easy to rotate, the quality will be poor, and vice versa.
2, look at the finish. This is an important indicator for testing the quality of polished tiles. Clean the protective wax on the surface of the polished tile with a soft cloth or reagent, and place it under light or sunlight at an oblique angle of 45 degrees. The brighter the surface, the better.
3. Listen to the sound. Tap with a hard object, the more crisp the sound, the higher the degree of porcelain and the better the quality.
4. Look at the water absorption rate. Pour a small cup of water on the back of the brick body. The faster the water disappears, the higher the water absorption, the looser the texture and the weaker the strength, and vice versa.
When choosing tiles, no matter what kind of tiles you choose, you must pay attention to the overall aesthetics, so that the combination will look more beautiful.