They are not 100% percent quartz, almost the entirety of a quartz countertop's "body" is comprised of natural minerals. The average quartz countertop slab has 97% quartz minerals. The remaining 3% (plus-or-minus) resin is used to hold it all...
Artificial Quartz stone
3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm etc.
Absorption by Weight
Counter tops, vanity top, worktops, laundry, bench top,bar tops, and so on
Flexural Strength :
Plastic Bag + Foam + Carton
They are not 100% percent quartz, almost the entirety of a quartz countertop's "body" is comprised of natural minerals. The average quartz countertop slab has 97% quartz minerals. The remaining 3% (plus-or-minus) resin is used to hold it all together. Quartz can also be customized to fit certain features in your kitchen since the resin mixture makes it more versatile than natural stone. Such as, quartz slabs can be molded into a sink, a island, or a countertop. It can also be made into floor and wall tiles for a matching look throughout your space. It’s sometimes even made to order if a custom shape is required for fitting into a specific home space.
Quartz is stain-resistant, not completely stainproof .It does contain a layer of resin and pigment that’s petroleum based, and this layer can combine with certain chemicals to lead to stains. Now, such chemicals are not common in the kitchen or bathroom and it won’t be a risk for many homeowners. If you spill something on your quartz countertops, start by wiping them off with a soft rag and a mild detergent. You will need to remove dried food with a plastic scraper and use a soft rag and soap to clean up after.
Are quartz countertops easy to maintain?
Quartz is a low maintenance countertop, unlike granite which typically requires a new protective top coat at least once a year. Quartz surfaces never need to be sealed.
Can I put something hot on my quartz countertop?
Quartz can be affected by extreme heat. So, we recommend using a hot pad or trivet under any hot pan to protect the surface of your countertop.
Can you cut directly on quartz?
No. While quartz is highly scratch resistant, and will often withstand a cut from a knife.But, we recommendyou should always use a cutting board.