Tag: Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic Tile For Bathroom Surfaces

Adex Ceramic Tiles

Often praised for its durability and variety, ceramic tile is a popular choice for bathroom finishes. If you’re drawn to color and texture, this material can deliver on both fronts. But the sheer variety of ceramic tiles is endless, which can make finding just the right tile very difficult.

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Eleganza Tile Review

 

A clean and elegant finish to your flooring can make all the difference to the final look of a room. We’ve compiled an Eleganza tile review for this precise reason. We know you want your bathroom and kitchen tiles to look sleek for visitors, but also have a durable and lasting finish. Eleganza tiles will look perfect for the walls and floors of any kitchen or bathroom in your home. Read More

The Creation of Waverly Tiles

Our select line of tiles features some of the most unique and beautiful tiles from around the world. One of the brands we carry is Waverly Tiles founded 1989 which provides one of the world’s most beautiful hand carved and antiqued stones, marbles, granites, porcelain, ceramics and glass. If you really want a one-of-a-kind look for your bathroom or kitchen, make sure you choose Waverly Tiles. Waverly Tile provides classic design for your backsplash, floor tile, wall tile, designer tile, and wall art in residential, commercial or resort space. Read More

Cleaning Ceramic Floors

With its durability and visual appeal, it’s no wonder ceramic tile is the material of choice. There are ways to maintain it, and keep it looking its best.

Like everything, consistency is key. Taking a broom or vacuum to the ceramic tile weekly is important simply because any sand or dirt particles can take away the amazing shine that was attractive to begin with. Follow this routine by passing a mop using a solution created from detergent and hot water. Sponge mops are not ideal when cleaning a ceramic tile floor. This type of mop shoves the dirt left behind into the grout and darkens its color. Be sure to constantly change out the water being used to mop so as not to leave a dirty film over the tile. Should film end up on the floor, it can be removed by a soft all-purpose cleaner. Avoid extremely harsh chemical based products. Wherever possible, use homemade products to clean the surface. Read More