07 April 2014 / Tiles & Bathroom

What is the difference between glazed and full-bodied porcelain stoneware?

Glazed porcelain stoneware is a product with a front surface that has been further enhanced by glazing. It is a material that is particularly suited for use in residential spheres.

Full-bodied porcelain stoneware, on the other hand, is a product whose surface colour is the same all the way through the tile.
This specification means that in the rare event of the tile being chipped, the damage can hardly be seen at all.
The high aesthetic value and the special features of this product means it is particularly suited for use in domestic and light commercial traffic contexts.

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