|Water Absorption rate:||0.5%|
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whereas a matte ceramic tile is somewhat duller and less reflective. Matt is Smooth – But Not Quite as Smooth as Light
Although a matt glazed surface will also feel extremely smooth to the touch, it’s not as smooth at the microscopic level as a glossy glaze.
As matte ceramic tile finishes are less smooth, they give a better grip and have far better traction than glossy ceramic tiles. Thus, matte porcelain tiles are an ideal choice for flooring – particularly bathroom or wet room floors, or in high traffic areas such as entrance hallways. Outdoor areas are particularly suited for matte tile finish due to their better slip resistance.
If you want to create a calming space within your home in which to unwind and relax, then matt - with its soft, muted hues - is the perfect finish. The natural look of matt embodies an authentic, soothing ambience. For similar reasons, matt tiles are the unparalleled choice for those wishing to create a home space with a traditional or rustic look
We have a professional quality inspection team, professional quality inspection requirements, our product quality inspection, has never been tried. Flatness, pinholes, black spots, color and scratches and other quality problems, do not need to worry, please rest assured to our quality inspection departments.
Why Choose KST ?
- Higher technique required , Better performance
- Smooth texture and varieties of patterns
- More three dimensional, enhance stereoscopy
- Made by inert material, obtained superior physical and chemical properties
- Enjoy a good reputation and provide friendly services
- High hardness and good abrasion and resistance
Q: What's your MOQ?
A: If our stock is available, small order such as 200 SQM and more is accepted. Otherwise, 1*20GP is basic quantity.
Q: What kind of package do you have?
A: Neutral Package.
Q:What is the difference between glazed and unglazed ceramic tile?
A:Glaze is the color that is added to the top of a tile bisque. This can be matte or shiny. Glazed tiles can also add in fine aggregate to create a non-slip surface. Unglazed tiles are essentially just the body of a tile or what's underneath most tiles. It can be finished smooth, but it is very hard to find an unglazed ceramic tile besides quarry tiles, which are usually used in commercial kitchens.
Q:Can ceramic floor tile be used on walls or backsplashes?
A:Yes! Ceramic is great to use on walls and backsplashes. Have fun with your tile combinations—you can coordinate your wall tile and floor tile, contrast them to really let one shine or use the same tile in both locations. Your design is only limited by your imagination and preferences.