Quartz Slabs For Shower Walls Quartz is a unique engineered stone that’s man-made rather than mined from the earth in blocks. It’s composed primarily of crystals of quartz, a common mineral, that are crushed and then combined with resins and pigments to create a slab with a range of colors and...
Artificial Quartz Stone
SS1890 Summerly White
High purity acid-washed 93% quartz stone, 7% polymer material and a small amount of inorganic pigment
3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm,etc. Customized Sizes are Available.
15mm , 18mm , 20mm , 30mm。Etc.
Packing with Solid Wooden Crates and Foam Inside
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Quartz is a unique engineered stone that’s man-made rather than mined from the earth in blocks. It’s composed primarily of crystals of quartz, a common mineral, that are crushed and then combined with resins and pigments to create a slab with a range of colors and patterns. Unlike natural stones, quartz has an uniform appearance and offers an incredible variety of colors, from a clean, more traditional White or black, brown to colorful yellows, reds, blues,green and so on. The possibilities are almost infinite, being entirely up to you to choose the best quartz countertop to fit your taste.
Quartz is impervious to stains since it is completely non-porous. Quartz is also a bit more flexible than natural stone and is much more scratch and chip resistant. However, unlike natural stone, quartz is heat resistant, however, you'll need to use a trivet before you place hot pots or pans on the countertop. Many surfaces bubble and warp when in contact with heat. However, quartz is capable of withstanding temperatures up to 399 degrees Fahrenheit without bending or warping.
Quartz countertops is acid-resistant and non-absorptive. This makes it stain resistant and hygienic –perfect for kitchen countertops where spills are common and bacteria could accumulate. With warm and soapy water, take a sponge and scrub the surface of your counter gently. Make sure you never use an abrasive or rough material to scrub.