What kind of kitchen floor tile keep its color and not scratch off?
Best product for sealing very porous tile?
Hi fellow home talkers! How are all of you doing? If anyone could help me out...I would really appreciate it! We have a very porous PORCELAIN tile in our kitchen. ... See more
How do I fill gaps in vinyl tile??
We have some vinyl tiles on our bathroom floor that have a few gaps. We have tried using some caulking but that didn't work very well. Any suggestions on what else we... See more
How do I remove vinyl tile adhesive that has leaked thru the seams?
These vinyl tiles have been our floors in our vacation retreat house for a few years. It began happening within a few weeks after installation. Of course we complaine... See more
I tiled my floors and there are small gaps between tiles how can I fix
How to re-tile shower floor?
The tiles are coming off the floor of this shower floor. It was built in the ‘70’s. I really would like to replace so it can be SCRUBBED REALLY GOOD! How difficu... See more
How do I paint ugly tile in my laundry room?
The tile is a white yellow tile which previous owner cemented it down. It can not be torn out without ripping up floor bottom. Can ceramic tile be painted and withsta... See more
What’s to be done when ceramic tile has been improperly installed ?
What options do I have with improperly installed ceramic tile flooring -throughout my entire home? The work is so poorly done that I cannot walk barefoot anywhere. ... See more
Wouldn't be better to just ask the people at a tile store? They are the experts in all that stuff.. Also people are loving all that wood looking tile planks.. I bet they are not colored all the way through if they are they are not with wood grain. Looks awesome but chips will happen. You are best to plan for the chips than not. Just so everyone knows there are some awesome vinyl floors out there now. High quality and very durable. So real looking like people can't tell it from ceramic/porcelain tile.
You may want to consider acid stained concrete if your house is on a concrete pad. It can be done to look like tile and is cheaper than tile. It lasts forever with very minimal maintenence and cost. Later it can be covered if you need a change.
Wow! Never saw ceramic wear down like that! Sorry, I assumed it was vinyl. The other folks are right...porcelain tile as color throughout.