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Ceramic is a tough, hard-wearing material that does not deform or freeze and can withstand even the most aggressive chemical detergents


Ceramic does not deform or freeze and is unaffected by variations in temperature. It withstands even the most aggressive chemical detergents and can be used for any application, including exterior building façades where it improves aesthetic quality and ensures thermal insulation and protection from the elements. A ceramic floor is hard-wearing and durable and is the ideal choice for home renovation projects.

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