Brown Quartz Kitchen Countertops When deciding on the materials for a kitchen remodel, the choices can be overwhelming. This is especially true when selecting countertops. Granite has been one of the most popular materials for kitchen and bathroom surfaces for many years, but it is now time for...
+/-1mm for Slab, +/-0.5mm for Tile
Excellent bending strength
High hardness and high temperature resistance
No scratch and no color change
Wire-resistance and pressure-resistant
Wall decoration,floor, countertop, etc.
T/T, L/C at sight
plastic inside strong seaworthy wooden bundle outside
When deciding on the materials for a kitchen remodel, the choices can be overwhelming. This is especially true when selecting countertops. Granite has been one of the most popular materials for kitchen and bathroom surfaces for many years, but it is now time for another material. That material is quartz, whose popularity has grown enormously in recent years. Quartz, also called “engineered stone,” is one of the hardest minerals on earth, thus when used as a countertop option in homes, it is arguably the most durable choice.
Quartz countertop is non-porous and it doesn’t need to be sealed.It’s also scratch resistant, stain and heat resistant too. I still use a cutting board, just because it’s easier. Quartz also happens to be more durable than marble because it doesn’t etch, stain or stun the way that marble does, making it easier to maintain resulting in a lot less worrying for you. Using granite and marble cleaners on quartz kitchen countertops will guarantee that you'll never discolor or damage your quartz (well from cleaners anyway). Please don’t use abrasive cleaners or pads.