What is the coefficient of friction of Polished Black Galaxy Granite tiles?

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The coefficient of friction can vary based on the texture, finish, and composition of the tiles. Generally, polished tiles have a lower coefficient of friction compared to unpolished or matte finish tiles. It is recommended to check with the manufacturer or supplier for the specific coefficient of friction for the Black Galaxy Granite tiles you are interested in.

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