Grey Sparkle Quartz Countertops

Quartz, as manufactured stone, has more uniformed patterns than natural stones. Quartz countertops are an engineered or man-made material that consists of ground or crushed quartz, the second most common mineral on Earth, and mixes it with polymers, resins, and pigment to create a wide array of textures and colors. With quartz, what you see is what you get, and any pattern, movement or color is consistent throughout the slab.

Product Details

 Dark Quartz Countertops For Kitchen

 

Product Name

SS1807 Crystal Dark Grey

Color:

Grey

Size:  

3000x1400mm, 3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm,ect.

Thickness:

12mm, 15mm , 18mm , 20mm , 30mm,etc.

Surface Finish:

 Polished, Honed.

Glossy Degree

50-70 Degree

Modulus of Rupture

>50 MPa

Impact Resistance

>7.5 J

Quality Control:

Confirm Every Details Before Make the Rough Production

 

Thickness tolerance: ±0.5mm, ±1mm, 90 degree up polished

 

All products were checked by experienced QC before packed

 

Packing

Packing Export standard woonden crate with fumigate .

Service:

* Competitive price with high quality standard.

* We offer free samples.

* Quality level including packing standard is the best and most stable.

 

 

Today, while granite is still the number one choice for most homeowners, quartz is rapidly gaining favor with both homeowners and kitchen design experts. Quartz, as manufactured stone, has more uniformed patterns than natural stones.  Quartz countertops are an engineered or man-made material that consists of ground or crushed quartz, the second most common mineral on Earth, and mixes it with polymers, resins, and pigment to create a wide array of textures and colors. With quartz, what you see is what you get, and any pattern, movement or color is consistent throughout the slab.

 

Quartz is, unlike granite, a non-porous material that doesn't absorb liquids and water. Resins are forming a waterproof surface on the top layer, so no liquid can leave a stain. They also require little to no maintenance other than a simple cleaning when something spills. Quartz does not need to be resealed like granite does. It is non-porous and will resist acidic and staining products.

 

 

You can remove stains from the kitchen countertops in various ways depending on the type of stains that you have. If the stains are due to the everyday spills, you can easily get rid of them using a pH neutral cleaner. Avoid harsh chemicals, scrubs, and scouring pads while cleaning your polarstone surface. Using them can damage and dull the polished surface.

 

 Usage:

Quartz Like Countertops


Production Process:

Kitchens With Quartz Countertops

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