Porcelain is made by combining clays, feldspar or flint, and silica, crushing them, mixing them together in varying quantities, then glazing and firing them at very high temperatures, the exact temperature depends on whether it’s true porcelain or china. The base materials are easily recyclable, but after it’s been fired it is harder for it to break down naturally, so it’s often dumped in landfills. Other than that though, it’s generally considered eco-friendly.
Porcelain is made of all-natural materials and has a number of environmental attributes that make it a great choice for home owners or craft-makers. It has ultra-low VOCs and can be cleaned with water alone. It meets strict indoor quality standards and will not emit any toxins. It also does not readily support the growth of mold, fungus, or bacteria.
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