Understand the classification and advantages and disadvantages of ceramic tiles


Understanding the classification and advantages and disadvantages of ceramic tiles is very important to our decoration. Ceramic tiles not only affect the aesthetics of decoration, but also may affect some precautions in the living process after understanding the classification and advantages and disadvantages of ceramic tiles. The following editor is Let's explain in detail the classification of tiles and the comparison of advantages and disadvantages!

Polished tiles, hence the name implies, are tiles formed by polishing and polishing the whole body tiles. Compared with full-body tiles, polished tiles should be brighter and whiter. The hardness of polished tiles is relatively high, not general wear resistance. Not only that, the polished tiles combined with the bleeding technique can create a variety of imitation stones and wood. There are many types of polished tiles, such as micro-powder, bleeding, and multi-tube fabrics. Polished tiles are multi-purpose, not only for bathrooms and kitchens, but also for other places.

Glazed tiles are also easy to understand, that is, bricks with glaze-fired surface treatment. Compared with polished tiles, glazed tiles have richer colors and patterns and stronger antifouling ability. However, the abrasion resistance is not as good as polished tiles, because the surface is glaze. From the perspective of raw materials, glazed tiles are divided into pottery and porcelain, and in terms of gloss, they are divided into matt and bright. If you are decorating the kitchen, it is recommended to choose bright glazed tiles instead of matt, because it is more difficult to clean the bricks when oil stains enter. It is not difficult to conclude that glazed tiles are more suitable for bathrooms.

The whole body brick is not glazed, because the material is the same on the front and back, so it is named. Generally speaking, full-body tiles are more wear-resistant, but they are not as rich as glazed tiles. There are also non-slip, polished, and bleed types. Generally suitable for halls and aisles and other floors, few people will use it on the wall.

Vitrified brick is literally understood as a brick like glass, which is indeed the case. It is made by burning quartz sand and mud in a certain proportion and polished brightly. It looks really smooth and bright like glass, and it is also a hard brick. The advantages of vitrified bricks are better than other bricks in terms of water absorption, edge straightness, curvature and acid and alkali resistance. The shortcomings are also obvious. Dust and oil stains are easier to infiltrate, and they are not resistant to dirt. So it is widely used in living rooms, bedrooms, walkways and other places.

Ceramic mosaic tiles, also known as mosaics, are small in shape, diverse in colors, wear-resistant, acid-resistant, alkali-resistant, wear-resistant, and impermeable. It has a wide range of uses. From the material, it can be divided into ceramic horse, marble and glass mosaic. Because of its compactness and variety of colors, it is very suitable for small areas, walls and floors.

The ceramic tiles are roughly divided into the above five types. After understanding the classification and advantages and disadvantages of ceramic tiles, I believe you must have the types you like, so that you will naturally know when decorating.

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