From personal experience, I would definitely say the inexpensive line put out by Corelle. I bought service for 8 sixteen years ago, and I still have them all! Boy, am I tired of that pattern. Between Bisque, Porcelain and Stoneware dishes, Stoneware is the most durable and the reason is because it is fired at a high temperature. Corelle dishes are fine, but be careful when they do break because they break into very tiny splinters that are hard to see until someone walks on them barefooted.
Both are durable, but can chip. Porcelain is a form of stoneware. Both refer to high fire, well vitrified, non-porous ceramic ware, containing quartz or silica, kaolin, and feldspar. The main difference is that porcelain is formulated to be whiter and more translucent, with less iron. A durability comparison would depend on the exact mixture / brand / kind, but if you had to pick one for a general answer, porcelain may be more durable. Porcelains like Pillivuyt and Apilco are especially durable, and can even go from a freezer into a hot oven (though this is not recommended use with any stoneware including porcelain). Stonewares like Emile Henry or Denby usually have a glaze over another colour of base clay, and they tend to chip more easily.
The most common types of floor tiles are ceramic and porcelain. These are more viable solutions than marble and natural stones, which tend to be expensive and fragile. Floor tiles need to be durable and handle the constant foot traffic in entry areas, kitchens, and bathrooms of a house. Porcelain tiles have a relatively high density, which makes them very durable and resistant to cracks and damage. This material is also well known for its moisture resistance, which is important in the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Ceramic tiles have similar properties that offer great durability. However, unglazed ceramic tiles have to be covered with sealants to prevent stains and other damage.
Yes, you can use ordinary ceramic wall tiles (CWT) for swimming pool but it wont be as durable as the vitrified tiles (VFT). CWT were not as hard as the VFT and only inteded for residential or wall uses. The thin glazing will easily chip specially on edges and will cause injury to the users. My opinion, if your on a budget, use the vitrified floor tiles, if you want durability, use the porcelain or homogenius tiles.
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