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06:18PM | 11/08/18
I installed a Dura-ceramic floor about 10 years ago and I've got to tell you it looks as good today as it did when it was installed. I installed the tile over a new sub-floor that was properly fastened. I used the duraceramic adhesive and followed the directions. I was a bit apprehensive about grout lines with such a thin tile, so I decided to not use grout and instead installed the tile without a grout line. I damp mop it along with my hardwood flooring every week with warm water and white vinegar. That's it.

My dog runs and slides across this floor on a daily basis and the floor is no worse for wear. Will it chip? Yes. I dropped a can on it and it left a gouge. Broke my heat, but the same thing would have happened to ceramic, wood or vinyl. The great thing about this product is that you can buy a couple of jars of Testor's model paint from a hobby shop to repair it. Try that with wood, vinyl or ceramic.


05:44PM | 11/09/18
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