Ceramic tile kitchen countertops has been become one of the most favorite material for kitchen countertops.
Ceramic tile offers an affordable beauty alternative for your kitchen.
Ceramic tile kitchen countertops is the low cost traditional solid stone material that can make your kitchen look stylish without have to spend more cost only for the sake of colorful and attractive pattern of material.
More advantage comes from ceramic tile when it comes to maintenance cost and effort as well as when it was first install; easy and affordable.
Ceramic tile kitchen countertops
You might have been dream about having beautiful expensive marble or cool black granite for your kitchen.
You may have install them if you budget are above the average and that is should be remain constant for quite a long time, because those two material are require high cost of maintenance, and cannot resist liquid and heat as well as the ceramic tile can do, even though all of them are consider as natural stone.
Ceramic tile kitchen countertops are waterproof, and resistant to heat.
However, it doesn’t as hard as granite or marble in carrying heavy objects.
Unlike granite or marble, ceramic comes from natural clay that is baked for quite a long time, and when it is baked, the excess moisture are removed and made them hard.
Ceramic are available in a wide range of pattern, colors, and design.
You can always choose ceramic tile kitchen countertops whatever kitchen style you have in the home.
All you have to do is adjust the kitchen existing colors, the furniture and choose the suitable ceramic tile to complete them.
Since ceramic tile kitchen countertops are prone to crack and grout stains, you can use grout sealer or even the dark grout to protect the surface or seams from any dirt possible.
When cleaning ceramic tile, you should sweep or vacuum the surface from the dirt first.
Don’t use vacuum beater bar and choose bristle brush instead to prevent the surface from scratch.
Then mopped it using warm water or you can simply use the neutral pH cleaning liquid, and rinse it with warm water.
To clean the tough stains from the tile surface, you can use a scraper, nylon scrubbing pad, and dish washing liquid.
You better keep the tile away from acidic cleaners or any kind of bleach; ammonia, vinegar, and oil soap also consider potentially damage the tile.
Don’t forget to reapply the grout sealer at least twice a year.