Kitchen Island With Quartz Countertop There are many varieties of quartz available that mimic the look of stone, so you don't have to miss out on the look you want.We will have a variety of options available for you. For many buyers, the chief benefit of the quartz countertop is its natural...
Artificial Quartz Stone
SS6138 Santa Maria
12mm,15mm,18mm,20mm, 30mm or Customized
Polished, Honed or Customized
kitchen Countertops, dining table top, bathroom vanity top, kitchen worktops, wall tile, wall cladding, floor tile,etc.
North America, Europe, Australia, The Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia, etc.
30% T/T deposit in advance before production arranged. 70% T/T balance payment before delivery from factory.
There are many varieties of quartz available that mimic the look of stone, so you don't have to miss out on the look you want.We will have a variety of options available for you. For many buyers, the chief benefit of the quartz countertop is its natural luster. Unlike laminate, quartz has a deep, almost three-dimensional appearance, much like natural stone. Probably the toughest surface on the market, this material is typically 93 percent quartz mixed with pigments and polyester resin, then manufactured under pressure into highly dense slabs.
With more activity and traffic comes more mess. One of the major complaints of homeowners with countertops made from marble or granite is their propensity for stains. Countertops made of stone are quite porous, and thus are quick to stain if you're not careful. One of the best features of quartz is its antimicrobial properties. Quartz countertops are much more resistant to staining compared to porous countertops. An antimicrobial surface helps to inhibit the growth of mold and mildew. It can also help prevent the spread of harmful bacteria.
• Can you make products from our designs?
Yes, we do OEM and OBM.
• How is your packing?
Normally we pack our stone with fumigated wooden boxes (foam and plastic film inside) with plastic tapes in 6 sides, further strengthened with iron sheet in the corner. Individual carton packing or customized packing is available.
• Can quartz be used outdoors?
No. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight and UV rays can case quartz to fade. This is particularly true for darker colored stones. Fading is not an issue for typical indoor use.