Teknoâ„˘ Taupe Tile is rated
Rated 5 out of
This tile was a pleasant surprise. Of late, porcelain tiles have been so unnecessarily hard and brittle that they can chip when using a wet cutter, or veer off the score line towards the end of a score & snap cut. Not so with these little beauties - they cut nicely using either method.
Not the most stunning tile to look at, but how much excitement do you need from a floor tile? Fixed in 'brick pattern' along floor and up side of bath, the tiles actually looked good, especially so with the grout lines continuing from the floor up the side of the bath.
Care needed with tile surface, as sharp objects can scratch through the printed-on pattern much more easily than, say, the Zamora tile. Can't see this as too big an issue in a bathroom, but perhaps give a sample tile a good test before committing to purchase if you intend using them in a high-wear area?
Date published: 2015-11-27