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What are Jifu Tile, Soften Tile, Satin Glaze, Granular Surface, and Mould Tile? III
2023-06-16 15:34:30

What are Jifu Tile, Soften Tile, Satin Glaze, Granular Surface, and Mould Tile? III

Sugar Glaze Tile

Sugar glaze is the name of a glaze. It was first used in daily porcelain in foreign countries. Sugar glaze tiles are product names derived from craft terms, which are tiles with sugar glaze applied on the surface, with a sugar-like fine grain texture and a slight fine sparkle visual effect. Around 2014, it caused a wave in the domestic ceramics industry. Sugar glaze is widely used in antique brick, wood grain brick, and full-glazed series products and can also be used in tile and floor tile products.

Candy-glazed tiles have a strong sense of hierarchy, three-dimensional brightness, strong acid and alkali resistance, strong dirt-resistant ability, and a low water absorption rate. When touched by hand, it can be felt as a clear, dry particle. The imitation of sandstone, wood grain stone, cloth grain, leather grain, and other tiles can be made of candy-glazed tiles with delicate texture and realistic effects. However, the early production cost of candy-glazed tiles was relatively high; first of all, the material cost was higher than that of general ceramic tile products. Secondly, the kiln requirement is also high; the drying process must be in place; otherwise, the texture will not come out, and the technical difficulty is also large. In the design application, it can also achieve the effect that ordinary tiles cannot, but designers need to spend some effort in this regard.

Today, the colour of candy-glazed tiles is various, but it is no longer the mainstream concept of ceramic enterprises. Despite this, many ceramic companies still produce candy-glazed tiles because of their popularity among certain customers, particularly those who prefer a more traditional look for their homes. Additionally, many companies are now experimenting with new colors and textures, such as matte finishes and natural stone looks, to cater to the changing tastes of consumers. This shift towards diversification has allowed ceramic companies to stay competitive in a rapidly evolving market and has given consumers more options when it comes to choosing the perfect tile for their home.

Mould Tile

Three-dimensional Characteristics

Mould tiles refer to ceramic tiles that are pressed into shape by pre-made moulds and glazed. Through the application of moulds, glazing processes, further upgrading, and transformation of product colour tone, various patterns can be produced, such as plane, 3D, and other effects. Mould tiles have a strong texture sense and an obvious three-dimensional effect, and the sense of hierarchy is better than that of general tiles. Therefore, its unique specifications and style make it have a high artistic value. For those who want to pursue uniqueness and individuality, mould tiles are a good choice. However, due to the small use of mould tiles in home decoration only as auxiliary products and the irregular shape of the products, they have not become mainstream products with high production difficulties.

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