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White Square Gloss Ceramic Tile sample

White Square Gloss Ceramic Tile

600x300

$26.00 /sqm

  • Create a Feature Wall
  • Textured Gloss Surface
  • Simple and Modern

Slim Subway Wall Tile Ivory Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile sample

Ivory Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile

300x75

$33.00 /sqm

  • Ceramic Wall Tile
  • Classic and Streamlined
  • Stylish and Contemporary

Grey Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile Grey Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile sample

Grey Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile

300x75

$33.00 /sqm

  • Ceramic Wall Tile
  • Classic and Streamlined
  • Stylish and Contemporary

Gloss Slim Subway Wall Tile White Gloss Slim Subway Wall Tile sample

White Gloss Slim Subway Wall Tile

300x75

$28.00 /sqm

  • Ever Popular Classic
  • Gloss Finish
  • Simple and Modern

Taupe Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile Taupe Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile sample

Taupe Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile

300x75

$33.00 /sqm

  • Ceramic Wall Tile
  • Classic and Streamlined
  • Stylish and Contemporary

White Subway Wall Tile White Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile sample

White Gloss Ripple Slim Subway Wall Tile

300x75

$29.50 /sqm

  • Ceramic Wall Tile
  • Classic and Streamlined
  • Stylish and Contemporary

Bathroom Subway Wall Tile White Matt Slim Subway Wall Tile sample

White Matt Slim Subway Wall Tile

300x75

$28.00 /sqm

  • Matt Finish
  • Classic and Streamlined
  • Stylish and Contemporary

Ashfield  Patterned Wall Tile sample

Ashfield Patterned Wall Tile

200x200

$65.00 /sqm Special Order

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  • Gloss Finish
  • Wall Tile
  • 3 Colours

Mayflower Soft Patterned Tile sample

Mayflower Soft Patterned Tile

200x200

$55.00 /sqm Special Order

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  • Matt Finish
  • Floor or Wall
  • 3 Colours

Subway Bathroom Tiles Mereweather Gloss  Subway Tiles sample

Mereweather Gloss Subway Tiles

68x280

$55.00 /sqm
Special Order

  • Comes in 4 Bold Colours
  • Great choice for creating a stunning wall
  • Wavy Gloss Finish

 

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What are the main differences between porcelain and ceramic tiles?

There is often a fair bit of confusion regarding the differences between these two tiles as they look very similar from the eye. Though there are many differences between the two. The porcelain tile is harder, offers more design flexibility, absorbs less water, more stain resistant, longer lasting though they are more expensive as they are trickier to cut and shape and more brittle. Which leaves the advantages of ceramic tiles being they are cheaper and easier to cut.

Are ceramic tiles slip resistant?

In Australia slip resistant tests are categorised as either Footwear or Barefoot. These scales determine the degree of slippage. While assessing different ceramic tile surfaces, wet and dry conditions along with the speed of the subject are also monitored. The tiles are identified into 3 categories such as Slip Resistant – coefficient of friction is 0.60 or greater, Conditionally Slip Resistant – coefficient of friction is 0.50 to 0.59 and Questionable – coefficient of friction is less than 0.50. One more important thing to note is that the textured tiles are less slippery. However, the greater the anti-slip finish on the tile, the harder it is to keep it clean.

Do ceramic tiles chip easier than porcelain tiles?

As ceramic tiles are kiln fired at low temperature than porcelain tiles, these are less dense, softer and more porous. The ceramic tiles are also coated with glaze to decrease their water absorption rate, however, when placed in high traffic area or exposed to high moisture, ceramic tiles can crack and chip and the clay underneath the glaze will show through. So, it is less resistant than porcelain and should be used in areas with low or moderate foot traffic.