Can Porcelain be Used Outside?
The recipe for porcelain tile is derived from porcelain clay and fired at scorching temperatures. This fact of porcelain makes it denser and less porous. Porcelain tiles can mimic stone, marble, and other surfaces for a fraction of the cost. Porcelain is stain resistant, has minimal maintenance, and has a non-slip surface. Porcelain tile can handle all of the Earth’s elements, and it can also hold up to temperatures below -60 Fahrenheit. It can also hold up to salt. Porcelain tile is great outdoors.
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