What is porcelain stoneware?
Porcelain stoneware according to Keope
Porcelain stoneware is a compact, durable material with practically zero porosity.
Porcelain stoneware is produced through a high-temperature firing process, which fuses together raw materials such as clays, feldspars, quartz and other components. This process creates a very dense and compact finished product with low porosity. The low porosity of porcelain stoneware makes it highly resistant to water, stains and wear, making it suitable for use in a variety of applications, including high-traffic floors, outdoor areas and moisture-prone areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.