Ceramic and porcelain tiles are baked under high heat, which makes them very hard and often highly resistant to liquid stains. Available in a multitude of colors, textures, and shapes, tiles are often designed to mimic natural stone surfaces; however, they are easier to take care of if the proper care and protection techniques are used.
To protect your tile over a long period of time, a sealer can be applied to fill the pores on the surface. However, the grout lines between the tiles are usually very porous; therefore, they need to be sealed and maintained properly to prevent stains and discoloration. A wide variety of sealers are available, so ask your certified technician or call the office to find the right one!