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Glazed ceramic tiles

Treatments for Glazed ceramic tiles

Glazed ceramic tiles

Glazed ceramic tile has a “vitreous” surface layer that gives the tile its color, shine and waterproof properties. It is widely used as wall and floor coverings, particularly where a non-absorbent material is required, such as in bathrooms, showers and laboratories. Acid based cleaners are indispensable for perfect, post-installation cleaning. It is not necessary to seal glazed porcelain tile.

Configure the best cleaning and maintenance treatment for glazed ceramic tile by clicking on the icons below.


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