Gray Quartz Kitchen Countertops Manufacturers A lot of effort and time is spent on deciding the right worktop for the kitchen as that is the place where most action takes place.When you are looking for new countertops in the kitchen, one popular material is quartz. Quartz, also known as the...
SS3943 California Grey
93% quartz powder, 7% resin and pigment.
Tile: 300x300mm; 300x600mm; 600x600mm;800x800mm.
Countertop: 48*26",70*26", 78*26", 96"x26", 108"x26"
Island: 72"x36", 96"x36", 96"x40", 108"x44"
Vanity top: 22"x25", 22"x31", 22"x37", 22"x49", 22"x61", 22"x73",etc.
100 Square meters
Foam / plastic between polished face, then packed in strong wooden crates which is suitable for sea shipping.
Samples Are Free with Freight Cost Paid by Custom
Confirmed Every Details Before Make the Rough Production
Thickness tolerance: /-0.5mm, /-1mm 85°up Polished
All Products were Checked by Experienced QC Before Pack
A lot of effort and time is spent on deciding the right worktop for the kitchen as that is the place where most action takes place.When you are looking for new countertops in the kitchen, one popular material is quartz. Quartz, also known as the engineered stone .It is lately being used more and more by kitchen designers compared to granite. Quartz is made from 93 to 95 percent natural crushed minerals which are then formed into slabs. Because is man-made, the designs and colors can be highly customized and variegated to provide more options for Homeowners.
One of the reasons people choose quartz over other materials is because this material does not require upkeep. To clean quartz, all that is required is a soft cloth and water, along with a mild cleanser. When wiping down your countertops, you can get them looking sparkly clean with simple everyday products such as dish soap, antibacterial soap or hand soap. For tougher stains and spills, you can do that with a vinegar solution or the glass cleaner. You can mix vinegar and water to make your homemade cleaning agent.
Quartz is available in a wider range of colors than natural stone like marble, granite, or soapstone. Whether you're creating a warm, traditional design or a more contemporary look, quartz can play a role. Coming in many colors and styles, quartz countertops can add the perfect accent that you're looking to match your home.