Quartz Shower Surround Panels

Quartz Bathroom Wall Panels Quartz is a naturally occurring mineral comprised of silicon and oxygen. To make a quartz countertop, stones are crushed or tumbled to a specific size, then mixed with adhesive, trace minerals, and coloring agents to create a one-of-a-kind piece. Since it’s man-made,...

Product Details

Quartz Bathroom Wall Panels

 

Material

Artificial Quartz Stone(Above 93% natural quartz)

Item No

SQ7135 Scintilla Grey

Size

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

Water Absorption

≤0.04%

Abrasion Resistance

200m3

Surface Flatness

<0.50mm

Application

kitchen countertop,  dining tables ,dinner wall cladding, flooring,
bathroom vanity top,etc.

Packing

Strong seaworthy wooden bundles for slabs

Payment Terms

1)T/T 30% in advance as deposit, and balance paid after loading

2)irrevocable L/C at sight

Quality Control

Size tolerance: ±0.5mm ~ ±1mm

Glossiness: 90 degree polished or up

Strict QC control system ensure every piece is strictly checked before packing

 

 Grey quartz countertop

 

 Quartz is a naturally occurring mineral comprised of silicon and oxygen. To make a quartz countertop, stones are crushed or tumbled to a specific size, then mixed with adhesive, trace minerals, and coloring agents to create a one-of-a-kind piece. Since it’s man-made, quartz countertops can be molded to fit your kitchen or bathroom space. Quartz countertops come in a variety of different colours, patterns and textures.  It also has a smooth look, unlike certain natural stone materials that can have varied textures, designs, and colors. The surface is buffed to a smooth, glossy appearance.

 

Quartz isn’t porous like other stone surfaces, which means it never needs to be sealed. It’s resistant to mold, stain, and mildew, and a quick daily wipe-down keeps it bacteria-free. Generally, warm, soapy water will clean kitchen work surfaces. Although quartz countertops are for the most part a permanent stain resistant option, you still have to clean up liquids that spill on it. Some of the most common liquids that spill on countertops are oil, wine,  juice,  soda, tea, and vinegar. Immediately wipe off any liquid spills from your countertops to avoid discoloration. If you are facing harsh stains then scrub the quartz countertops with glass and surface cleaner. 



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engineered quartz kitchen countertops


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engineered quartz stone

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