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Postby qizhen0809 » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:40 am

Polished and Glazed Tiles What is a polished tile? The polished brick is a kind of bright brick that is polished on the surface of the whole brick body and belongs to a whole body brick. For bricks, the surface of the polished tile is much smoother. The polished tiles are hard and wear-resistant and suitable for use in most indoor spaces other than toilets and kitchens, such as balconies and exterior wall decorations. Based on the application of the infiltration technology, the polished tiles can make various kinds of imitated stone and wood effect. What is a polished glazed brick? Glazed tile is a new process tile that can be polished in the glaze process. Glazed tiles combine the advantages of polished tiles and antique tiles. The glazed surface is smooth and bright like a polished tile, while its glaze color is like an antique brick. Rich patterns, heavy colors or gorgeous, but because the manufacturing process is more complex, the price is relatively high. Difference between polished tiles and polished glazed tiles: different specifications 2. Colors The color of the polished tiles is relatively single and there is not much change. The difference between the colors of the brick surface is not too strong, but the glazed tiles are not the same Glazed tiles are richer in color than polished tiles. The glazed tiles are glazed after being printed on the pattern, and the colors are relatively bright, but also completely unrestricted. The red, black, yellow, blue, and purple are completely free of problems. Different textures The texture of polished tiles and polished glaze bricks is not the same. The texture of polished tiles can't be very small. Polished glazed tiles can be made into fine lines like needlework.
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