Yellow Quartz Kitchen Countertops

Kitchen Island Small Quartz Top Made from 93-95% ground quartz and 5– 7% pigment, resins, and polymers. Quartz is a engineered stone, rather than natural, material. Indeed, it is manufactured precisely to address the need for an economical, resilient, and tough substance. Where natural stone is...

Product Details

Kitchen Island Small Quartz Top

 

Products Name

SS2803 Pure-Yellow

Color

Yellow

Slab Size(mm)

3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm etc.

Thickness

12mm, 15mm, 18mm, 20mm, 30mm,etc.

Compression strength

225Mpa

Mohs Hardness

 6.0-7.0Mohs

Quality Control

Polished degree:90 degree or up.As customs' requirement

Thickness tolerance: /-0.5mm

All products checked by experienced QC and then pack

Usage

Widely used as interior wall, flooring, kitchen countertop, vanity countertop, table top, window, and others.

Sample Request

Free Sample with Freight Paid by Customer

Payment

T/T(30% deposit), irrevocable L/C at sight

 

 

Made from 93-95% ground quartz and 5– 7% pigment, resins, and polymers. Quartz is  a engineered stone, rather than natural, material. Indeed, it is manufactured precisely to address the need for an economical, resilient, and tough substance. Where natural stone is porous and at risk of staining, scratching, or etching (a discolouration that can look like dark water spots), quartz is not.Engineered quartz has a non-porous surface, which means that it doesn't absorb liquids or stains. This is the secret behind this product’s great functionality and low maintenance requirements. Because of the flexibility, quartz is less likely to break or become damaged when you’re installing it into your home. Accidents happen, and when one does, you can feel great knowing your quartz countertops will stay in good condition.  

 

When compared to marble, quartz is the most heat resistant; the hard quartz and resin composition help it withstand high heat. However, It is best not to put directly hot objects on your quartz surfaces. Instead, always use mats and trivets when preparing meals.  Homeowners must take care to avoid exposing quartz countertops to permanent inks, markers or dyes, as these substances may not be removable. If a countertop is marked by a permanent marker or dye, rinse the area with water as soon as possible, We recommend using cleaning products with a pH between 5-8.

 


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