How do ceramic and porcelain tiles differ from one another?

How do ceramic and porcelain tiles differ from one another?

Porcelain is crafted from the same material as ceramic, but porcelain is slightly more refined and fired at a much higher temperature, therefore making it harder, more durable, and less porous. Because of this, Porcelain tiles often suit better for floor tiles and work very well in commercial environments. Due to the higher density of the tile Porcelain tiles also have a much higher water resistance, making it more suitable for areas such as kitchen, bathroom, laundry etc.

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