No, porcelain tile needs to be grouted which seals the floor. The tiles have their own water resistant finish on them when purchased.
Seldom any need to seal any tile, certainly not Vitrified, what you will still want to seal is the grout..
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Yes you do seal porcelain tile unless it is pre-sealed. The reason for this is because most stone is porous and will absorb any liquids or humidity. This could result in mold and mildew growth. Consult the manufacturer on maintainance and care.
Wax should NEVER be used on a porcelain tile. Porcelain is non porous and has no need for waxing. It will only become a mess to clean later.
Porcelain tile is basicaly glass & doesnt need to be sealed, sounds like some sales person is trying to sell you a smoke grinder. The grout should be sealed but your wasting your money sealing a porcelain tile. Ceramic, maybe, saltillo absolutely, but not the porcelain.
With a porcelain mastic.
Yes. If it is a ceramic or porcelain tile you only need to seal the grout. If you have a natural stone or quarry you need to seal the tile and the grout. Generally when you install natural stone, you seal the tile before you grout. Otherwise the colorant in the grout will seep into the tile. If the floor is existing you would seal it all at once. Don't forget to use a stripper to remove any old sealer. Make sure the stripper is acceptable for the type of flooring you are sealing. Stone can be very delicate and damage easily. Vinegar can etch marble, granite, and travertine. One last note, you get what you pay for with sealer. Invest in a good sealer and you will get much better, much longer results.
Depends on the size of a tile...
can you mix ceramic and porcelain tile on a bathroom floor
Porcelain tile is very durable. It can withstand heavy traffic, and is easy to clean. Porcelain tile doesn't deform in extreme temperatures. It is also skid resistant.
A porcelain tile.
Thinset mortar. There's a special one for porcelain tile; any thinset will work for regular ceramic tile.
It depends on the type of tile you have. If the tile is unglazed and porous (as mostly all travertine is) then you will need to seal the tile before you grout it so that the grout does not soak into the tile and cause it to become dull. Follow the manufacturers recommendation for the tile that you have.
Can I use water & vinegar to clean porcelain plank floor tile
With porcelain tile you want to use a mild cleaner. Your local tile store should be able to help you choose an excellent tile cleaner. Stone Tech and Miracle Sealants make some decent tile cleaners.
No. Mastic 500 is an asphalt-based preparation. It would be very bad for porcelain tile floors.
Porcelain is usually sealed already. You then add sealer to the grout.
No, it will drop off.
Use silicone .
scrape it with a razor blade...assuming the tile is untextured porcelain