Artificial Quartz Stone Slabs If you are taking under consideration different stones and laminate materials for your countertop, the quartz combine stylish look with a lasting finish. Although made of natural stone, quartz countertops are often referred to as engineered stone because the...
93% pure quartz crystal, 7% resin and pigment
3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm etc.
12 mm, 15 mm, 18 mm, 20 mm, 30 mm
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If you are taking under consideration different stones and laminate materials for your countertop, the quartz combine stylish look with a lasting finish. Although made of natural stone, quartz countertops are often referred to as engineered stone because the material is made in a manufacturing process that is comprised of 90-95% pure natural quartz, with the remaining portions comprised of polymer resins and pigments. Quartz can be manufactured in more color options than natural stones. It comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns, including white, pink, brown, and black, with swirls, flecks, and veining for the look of granite or marble. You can get it honed, sandblasted, or embossed.
Quartz countertops are also non-porous which means that they don’t allow bacteria, germs, and stains in. This eliminates the need to repeatedly seal your countertops like you would if you chose a natural stone option like granite. Warm water and soap are recommended for day-to-day cleaning. For more difficult clean ups, like dried on food or other spills, use a plastic putty knife to gently scrape off the mess. Avoid using super sharp objects, like knifes or other metals, as this can scratch the surface of your counters. Yes, quartz is a hard material, but it is not hard enough to withstand some scrapes from a sharp knife.
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