I went to a store and they said I could put polished porcelain on my
countertops. What they had modeled looked nice, but I haven't ever
seen polished porcelain on countertops anywhere else. I like tile and
they showed me this. It sure was cheaper than granite. Has anyone
ever seen this in the kitchen before? Thanks.
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yeah, we've set a few. mostly used for floors, however if set with a
very small joint it has it's place on tops too. makes for an excellent
combination as a backsplash with a granite top.
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Sorry, misunderstood his post where he said "I like tile and
they showed me this." I though that meant "they showed me this
(instead of tile) not "they showed me this porcelain tile".
Porcelain tile is certainly different that plated porcelain.
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