Simple Matte White Subway Tile

Jul 27th

Matte white subway tile has a non-reflective finish that can be the result of simple preservation of natural finish without the use of polishing tools or booster glow. It is best cleaned with denatured alcohol on a soft, clean, lint-free. This method removes stains and grease without harming the underlying matte finish. A subsequent application of oil soap will make subway tile look brand new.

Modern Matte White Subway Tile
Modern Matte White Subway Tile

Combining matte white subway tile with other bright tiles can be a great way to create a spectacular design on the floors, walls and backsplashes. When security is a problem, as in bathroom or shower floors, it is best to use tiles non-slip mat. Where reflective brilliance is best to highlight a backsplash or wall installation, shiny subway tile can make a powerful statement design without compromising security.

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Small areas, such as kitchen backsplashes, constantly subject to moisture and cooking splatters, are a good place to use small shiny tiles backed with netting or sheet materials. Tile or 1 3/4 square inch, can accentuate the area while keeping a fast and easy cleaning. The shower and walls, often subjected to soap and water residues, spots are great places for placement of matte white subway tile 4-by-6-inch. Large tiles make small bathrooms are larger while the matte surface disguises spotting.