Check the box carefully; it will be marked as to whether it can be used on floors or walls. Floor tiles are thicker and meant to stand up to the weight of foot traffic, but they can also be used on walls. However, wall tiles are thinner and will not stand up to weight, so they cannot be used on the floor.
Other ratings that you'll see are strengths that determine whether it can be used on low, medium, or high trafficked floors. The coefficient of friction means to grip, and that number should be at least 0.50. Look at porosity; "impervious" means completely waterproof.
We'll help you sort it out. Visit any one of the Metro Carpet & Floors five showrooms
. We have locations in Dearborn Heights, MI, Canton, MI, Waterford Township, MI, Troy, MI, and Farmington Hills, MI. Visit us for a free quote on your next tile flooring project.