|Area||Cement tile placement||Examples|
|Inside||Recommendable||The preferred use for indoor positioning.|
|Outside||Consult 1||Depending on the sun exposure, the climate of the area, the colors on the model chosen in consultation with and ALWAYS Demosaica.|
|Floor||Recommendable||Using highly recommended for floors.|
|Wall||Recommendable||The preferred use for placement on walls.|
|Wet floor||Recommendable 2||Recommended use, prior treatment, for placement in wet soil (showers).|
|Wet wall||Recommendable 2||Recommended use, prior treatment, for placement in damp walls (showers).|
|Submerged floor||Consult 3||Recommended use, prior treatment, for placement in submerged soil (fountains and pools).|
|Fireplace and floor heating||Recommendable||Recommended Use for placement in chimneys and for use as flooring.|
|Traffic areas||Recommendable||Recommended Use for placement in transit areas (commercial and local supermarkets).|
(1) Demosaica does not recommend, initially, to place cement tiles in outside surfaces, but depending on the area climatology and the solar exposure of the floor it’s possible to place it without suffering variations in its tones with time. It is recommended to avoid blue and green tones because they suffer the most at outdoors.
(3) Demosaica recommends to use cement tiles in submerged surfaces previous treatment with water-repellent, anti-mold products, etc… We recommend FILA products. Demosaica warns that the submerged cement tiles may suffer light variations in tones with the passage of time due to sun exposure, so it is recommended to avoid the use of blues and greens, because they are the colours who suffer the most from the sun.