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Our porcelain shows foot prints.

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i have worked with a variety of floor types, the only one i really had issues with was Marble, That I had put down in my own kitchen years ago. No cracking or chipping, but it showed a definite wear pattern. We found out the by walking bear foot the oils from bare feet left the traffice pattern. It was something I hade to Deep clean every 3-4 months , When re did that kitchen 5 years later I went with a porcelian tile. in our current kitchen I have a cinamon stained maple. It looks nice but The wood to me is a bit soft , So we use throws near the stove and sink area.

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Porcelain comes in various grades. Ours is grade five which supposed to be the toughest and most durable. Come April, our kitchen is two years old! Let me say this. Grade five, grade shmife, it all chips. Get what you like, and don't worry about it.

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ceramic?? brittle. and if you dont "butter" the tiles it will spell trouble.

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in the utility room go for an epoxy coating system.....very durable...lasts forever and totally waterproof kiitchen go for ceramic......durable and not too slippery when you spill on it

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1c, I agree, We do quite a bit of tile work, and I prefer it in high traffic areas, or areas of abuse. installing over Concrete so long as it isn't cracked or with serious defect should be a snap.

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for the kitchen def porcelain. strong, wont scratch. but.... if not installed properly it will become a nightmare.

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I kick ass with ceramic tile. I have done some really good work. Our master bathroom gets quite a reaction out of people.

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I'm pretty sure since laying laminate requires me to be on my hands and knees, I'd be getting laid more then the laminate ;)

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"I'm experienced in laying laminate"

I wish my name was Laminate.

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