China’s white ceramic tile has the potential to become the norm in the United States, according to a new report.
The tile was invented by a Chinese engineer in 2000 and is currently being sold in China, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The ceramic tile is made of ceramic, which is made from carbon atoms in water, and has a hardness of between 6 and 7.5 on the Mohs scale.
It is made for use in commercial and residential projects.
But that isn’t all.
The tiles are made of the same mineral as the water that is used to make the tiles.
And the tiles can withstand up to 8 feet of rain.
The report also says the tiles could be used to create a modern ceramic floor, according the WSJ.
The Wall St. Journal also reported that the tile could be sold for up to $30 a piece.
This tile is also called “white ceramic” in China.
Source: The Wall Streets Journal