Rectified Porcelain Tile

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Old 01-02-04, 08:24 AM
CathyG
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Rectified Porcelain Tile

What exactly does "rectified" mean in regards to the construction of porcelain tile? What is a typical surface hardness for this type of tile. We are looking at a polished tile with the look of marble, but it seems to scratch easily.
 
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Old 01-03-04, 07:19 PM
samuelcooper
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I think the only difference between rectified porcelain and other porcelain tiles is that the rectified porcelain has been cut to exact shape enabling you to get by with very small grout joints. The edges are very straight. I don't think there is any difference in surface qualities between it and other glazed. I'm not sure what you are looking at but glazed porcelains on the whole resis scratches bettern than polished marble.
 
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