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i have used terracotta tiles in my home in Coorg. Last year we had a rainfall of 300 inches. the tiles absorbed the water and the glaze has peeled off. as a result the clay is coming out of the tiles please advice how to treat them and if it can be repaired. will i have to change the tiles.

   
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