Porcelain VS Ceramic

Porcelain tiles typically undergo a longer kiln-drying process than ceramic tiles, and they are made from clay instead of ceramic tiles made from clay, sand, and water. Porcelain tiles meet a set of high controlled moisture criteria that makes them ideal for showers, bathtubs, and even pools.
Ceramic tiles are typically made of clay and have a glazed surface. This makes them ideal for areas that deal with a lot of moisture, such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and basements. Although porcelain tiles are also made using clay, they’re baked at much higher temperatures. This process makes porcelain tiles denser and harder than ceramic tiles.

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