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Bevelled Edge White Gloss 100x300 Subway Wall
Black Gloss Kit Kat 296x300 (Finger 22x145)Black Gloss Kit Kat 296x300 (Finger 22x145)
Black Matt 100x300 Subway WallBlack Matt 100x300 Subway Wall
Black Matt 75x300 Subway WallBlack Matt 75x300 Subway Wall
Black Matt Kit Kat 296x300 (Finger 22x145)Black Matt Kit Kat 296x300 (Finger 22x145)
Black Satin Concave Kit Kat 296x299Black Satin Concave Kit Kat 296x299
Chocolate Matt 100x300 Subway WallChocolate Matt 100x300 Subway Wall
Eco Stone Hexagon Ash Matt 200x230Eco Stone Hexagon Ash Matt 200x230
Eco Stone Hexagon Black Matt 200x230Eco Stone Hexagon Black Matt 200x230
Eco Stone Hexagon White Matt 200x230Eco Stone Hexagon White Matt 200x230
Lantern Black Gloss Mosaic 286x306Lantern Black Gloss Mosaic 286x306
Lantern White Gloss Mosaic 286x306Lantern White Gloss Mosaic 286x306
Luxe Ash Grey Gloss 100x100Luxe Ash Grey Gloss 100x100
Luxe Ash Grey Gloss 76x152
Luxe Ash Grey Matt 100x100Luxe Ash Grey Matt 100x100

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are Ceramic Tiles Durable?

Yes, ceramic tiles are highly durable. They’re resistant to scratches, staining and moisture. This makes them the perfect choice for the high-traffic areas of your home.

Can you use Ceramic tiles in the bathroom?

Yes, ceramic tiles are ideal for wet areas like your bathroom. Bathroom ceramic tiles are impervious to moisture and can easily just be wiped clean. This also makes them a hygienic option.

How to clean & maintain Ceramic Tiles?

Ceramic tiles can just be cleaned with a simple soap and water solution. You don’t have to use special products because these tiles are so easy to keep clean.

What are the main differences between porcelain tile & ceramic tile?

When you’re deciding between a porcelain vs ceramic tile solution, you need to understand that both of these are made from a clay mixture and then fired at high temperatures to make them very durable. However, porcelain tiles are made from finer clay and fired at a higher temperature to create a denser tile.