Published at Sunday, 31 December 2017. Flooring. By Ancil Verdier.
Natural materials for kitchen tile flooring include porcelain, quarry, pebble and stone. These ties are textures, rough and durable - and also, relatively more expensive. They offer a great authentic look to your kitchen and give it that extra classiness that you might be looking for. Porcelain and ceramic is easily chipped and damaged - and one needs to replace the tiles often. A good idea would be to use glazed ceramic or porcelain tiles for your kitchen tile flooring - although you would have to be careful on the smooth surface.
Choose such flooring with polyurethane finish - Be sure that you choose flooring which contains polyurethane finish, which has water resistant properties and it provides long-lasting effect. In addition, such flooring requires little waxing - perhaps 1-2 times per year. Therefore, do not choose unfinished flooring as unexpected wetting of kitchen floor can affect the lifespan of the flooring materials over a long period of time.
Polyurethane lacquer finishes are very strong and durable. They are more than enough for any home interior. But, if there is too much damage, then parts of the floor or in some cases the entire section will have to be replaced. The parts near the sink, the stove, and the fridge are most vulnerable to damages from drops and spills. You can use rugs to secure these parts.
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