Your salesperson is correct on all aspects, if you were to use the tile outside. For indoor use, it should be fine, but you would really need a good sealer, to keep it from staining and discoloring. I am not sure I would put it in a kitchen, unless you were using reclaimed terra cotta. The new manufactured materials are not as nice...and she is correct, there are a few porcelains out there that look like terra cotta, and are much easier to take care of.
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