What is the difference between diamond tiles and marble tiles?


Recently, too many customers have asked the editor: What do you think about diamond tiles and marble tiles? I think they are all the same! Then I will tell you what are the differences.

(1) Product features

Marble tiles are medium-hard stone, often used in building decoration materials, The surface is softly polished once, and when you look closely, you will find a little water ripple. Another obvious disadvantage of marble tiles is that they are easy to weather and are generally not suitable for laying outdoors.

Relatively speaking, the use effect of diamond tiles is better. In order to meet the needs of different customers, the production technology is improved, and the glaze is rigidly polished three times to make the surface of the tile more smooth and free .

(2)Surface hardness

According to relevant tests, the surface hardness of diamond tiles reaches 5-6 grades, while the surface hardness of marble tiles is much lower. , Can only reach level 4-5.

(3)Decorative effect

On the decorative effect, marble tiles have fine texture, clear texture, rich color patterns, and natural decorative effects are very good. The diamond tiles are smooth and textured, the surface effect is natural and generous, and the color texture is also diverse, which can be decorated with different styles of effects.

(4)Environmental protection

Whether it is marble tiles or diamond tiles, they all have a certain amount of radiation. Marble tiles use cleaner production technology to be more low-carbon and environmentally friendly in production, processing, and application. The addition of silicon and other ingredients to the surface of diamond tiles makes it less environmentally friendly.

Some of the above are the differences sorted out by the editor, and I hope it will be helpful to your choice of home decoration.

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