Quartz Island Countertops

Open Kitchen With Quartz Counters Durable, beautiful and so easy to maintain, quartz has become quickly become one of the world’s most popular materials for countertop on the market. Quartz is rapidly outpacing granite, marble, and other natural stone as the high-end countertop of choice for...

Product Details

Open Kitchen With Quartz Counters  

 

Materials

More than 93% natural quartz stone, and nearly 7% resin and mineral pigment.

Model No

SS5890-Jade-Spot-Grey

Popular Color

White,black ,Grey,red,yellow,pink,

Size

3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm etc.

Thickness

 12 mm, 15 mm, 18 mm, 20 mm, 30 mm 

Surface Finish

Polished, Honed, etc.

Harness

7

Temperature Resistance

≥300ºC

Stain Resistance

Yes

Ideal Use

Kitchen counter tops, bathroom vanity top, shower stalls, tub surrounds ,wall tile, wall cladding, floor tile. etc.

Packing

Export standard woonden crate with fumigate .

 Main market

North America, South America, Europe,Australia, The Middle East,  Africa and Southeast Asia,etc.

Sample

Free Quartz Samples.

 

 

 

 

Durable, beautiful and so easy to maintain, quartz has become quickly become one of the world’s most popular materials for countertop on the market. Quartz is rapidly outpacing granite, marble, and other natural stone as the high-end countertop of choice for baths and kitchens. Quartz is engineered from a blend of ground quartz, polyester resin, pigments and other decorative elements (like recycled glass or metallic flakes,etc). It beautifully mimics natural stone for traditional decor, but is available in a wide range of colors and finishes to suit any taste and style. Considered to be of the hardest materials in the world, Quartz has many unique properties that make it an ideal resource for kitchen countertops and other surfaces in new and renovated homes.

 

 

Quartz has a non-porous surface that is almost impossible to stain. Resins are forming a waterproof surface and are the reason why no liquids will be able to leave a stain on quartz surfaces. Even the most persistent liquids like juice or wine will not stand a chance. When you come across hard to remove materials such as splattered grease, use a degreasing cleaner first, then wipe it away using a clean damp cloth. Unlike natural stone, engineered stone doesn't need to be sealed. Engineered stone, like natural quartz itself, comes in a rainbow of colors and can be matched with any kitchen decor. It's the coloring dyes within the resins used to make quartz tiles and countertops that are affected.

 

 

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