Unglazed porcelain tile?
We are adding a new bathroom to my parents' house that will be more accessable for my 80-yr-old mother. I saw in a recent article in TOH about penny round tile that unglazed porcelain tile is good as a non-slip surface. We have been looking at some American Olean unglazed porcelain tiles, but my question is whether this type of tile is harder to keep clean? And, I have read that I will have to put a release agent on the tile before I can grout it or the grout will stick - right?
Re: Unglazed porcelain tile?
Well, I don't think that is hard to maintain a tiles wall, tiles can easily clean.
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