Today's tiles not only imitate the texture of marble tiles, but also imitate the texture of marble tiles, and even the "defects" of marble tiles. For example, the depressions and voids of the marble tile texture, the inconsistency of the marble tile texture, and even the color difference.
But in fact, it is precisely these "blemishes" that form the natural nature of marble tiles, the characteristic beauty, otherwise, there is no difference between simple tiles and lack of texture.
When this tile is viewed alone, the texture depression seems to be a quality problem such as scratches on the surface, and the beauty can be found when the large area is paved.
The concave texture on the surface of the ceramic tile requires the processes of sinking glaze, peeling glaze, flashing glaze, and so on. Marble tiles, imitation stones, and wood-like tiles all need these processes to create the effect of texture depressions, peeling cracks, and texture flashes.
Maybe some friends will worry about whether the depressions or cracks will cause the tiles to crack. This worry is superfluous. These are all surface effects and do not affect the strength of the tiles at all.
The effect of ceramic tiles is different from the defects of ceramic tiles. If the depression is on the texture, and each tile has such depression, it is the marble tile effect of the tile;
If the depression is no longer on the texture of the tile, only one or two pieces of the tile surface exist, it is the scratch or glaze of the tile.