Quartz Engineered Stone Countertops Quartz is one of the hardest minerals in nature. Countertops made from it are very strong and durable. Quartz countertops can add style and elegance to any kitchen or bathroom. It can contain very interesting variation in texture but will have a very...
SS5008 Autumn Brown
12mm,15mm,18mm, 20mm, 30mm,etc.
By Seaworthy Standard Packing
Inner With Foamed Plastic & Outside With Fumigated Wooden Crates
T/T(30% as deposit, 70% balance before loading); L/C at sight
100 Square meters
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Thickness tolerance: ±0.5mm, ±1mm, 90 degree up polished
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Quartz is one of the hardest minerals in nature. Countertops made from it are very strong and durable. Quartz countertops can add style and elegance to any kitchen or bathroom. It can contain very interesting variation in texture but will have a very consistent color because it is engineered. While it is possible to find slabs of natural quartz, most quartz countertops are man-made or engineered stone. There is between 90-95% of natural quartz in quartz countertops, while the resin acts as a binding agent that holds everything together. It also seals any gaps in order to create a more durable product.
Unlike granite, marble, quartz countertops don’t stain when put in touch with vinegar, oil, coffee, wine, juice and similar liquids that are common in the kitchen. Non-porous also means more hygienic as the surface doesn’t attract or retain bacteria. Quartz is also a very durable material that is very hard to scratch or break. It will handle the high impact of force without any breaking or cracking. Though a cutting board is still recommended. Always use a trivet or a wooden cutting board while cooking or heating up meals to protect your kitchen countertops from any burns.
If a homeowner is looking for new countertops, quartz should be on the short list of options for the bathroom or kitchen.