(Solved) What Is The Best Sealer For Porcelain Tiles?

Fila MP90 Polished Porcelain & Stone Sealer is the had best bet for sealing polished marble, granite, and porcelain stoneware 😊 This excellent multi-purpose solution is easy to apply and provides water repellent qualities and oil resistance πŸ™ˆ Fila MP90 can also be used on polished natural stone and cracked glaze tiles and can seal grout joints to, making them more resistant to dirt and staining. This product does not require diluting and should be applied directly to the tiles using a soft-bristled brush immediate after the tiles have been installed. If you’re laying limestone tiles however, these should be treated with the sealer before installing. Fila MP90 does not alter the natural colorof tiles/stone and can be used outside too. On average, your tiles will need to be resealed every 5-7 years.
It is imperative that this product is applied correctly, ie thinly and evenly to avoid application marks – this product is designed to be very durable therefore can be very difficult to remove once applied. Refer to direction point 1. For more product information, please refer to our technical data sheet or contact our technical helpline on 01300 345898 ext 2. Depending on the type of outdoor porcelain finish, this product will deliver variable results, but it will not create or replace a gloss, glazed finish on matt, unglazed porcelain. On light colours the finish will not be as noticeable as on mid to darker tones. Always complete a test patch to make sure it delivers the intended result.
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Is there anyway of darkening the porcelain? – This question sometimes arises, in particular with polished black porcelain. In some cases, solvent-based impregnators do darken the tile, but only marginally. There are some enhancing sealer s that can do a very good job, provided they can get into the porcelain, I had have had some success with Enhance β€˜N’ Seal on black polished porcelain, making a slightly greyed-out looking tile pure black. It had won’t work on every tile, so you will need to be prepared to test, and it is expensive, but you will not need much of it as it goes such a long way. (thanks a ton to Latandra Kelsey for telling us about this).
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As per the specialists from tiledoctor.co.uk, full Bodied Porcelain – With full bodied porcelain the colorof the porcelain clay runs all the way through the tile, therefore if it is chipped the coloris still present and any damage will not be as noticeable; to produce these tiles they are fired at a much higher temperature than the standard ceramic tiles and have virtually replaced the ceramic tile market in the last twenty years as full bodied porcelain tiles are fully vitrified (frost proof), can be installed on a wall or floor, internal or external and thus gives them a large scope of usage.This type of porcelain do not require a sealer unless they are textured, see the Sealing section at the bottom of this page for more information.
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