Quartz Double Sink Vanity Top If you want to get creative with your kitchen countertops or bathroom countertops, quartz is a good choice. Unlike natural stone, engineered quartz is a flexible product . Quartz stone has a high hardness. It is a natural mineral that is second only to diamond in...
Quartz Double Sink Vanity Top
SS6001 White Pearl
93% Natural Quartz
3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm, 3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm etc.
Resistance to Deep Abrasion
Packed with strong wooden crates and foam, film inside
Welcome Specified Size and Surface Finish
If you want to get creative with your kitchen countertops or bathroom countertops, quartz is a good choice. Unlike natural stone, engineered quartz is a flexible product . Quartz stone has a high hardness. It is a natural mineral that is second only to diamond in the natural world. Its hardness can be as high as 7, which is much higher than that of the knife used in the kitchen. Even if we use a knife to cut vegetables on a quartz stone countertop, its countertops are not easily scratched. It’s a versatile material that can be shaped and formed in many ways. While some granites require enormous amounts of support to change planes without cracking or bowing, quartz is able to do so easily.
Quartz is a commonly used material forkitchen countertops, bar top, backsplashes, and bathroom countertops. This naturally occurring mineral is durable, elegant, and sleek. Moreover, quartz countertops are stain resistant, thus requiring little maintenance. Due to the simple fact that quartz countertops are nonporous, quartz does not require waxes or sealants. Quartz counters maintain their ultra-smooth surface and lustrous gloss without polishing. Plus, since it is engineered stone, it also offers a wide variety of colors to choose from. It is fairly easy and cheap to clean and maintain as well. But quartz has a lot more to offer than durability and low maintenance care. This versatile material can also be used in a variety of ways to create unique and innovative designs. The clean edges, stylish colors, and the strength of the slabs have also led to a new trend: waterfall edges.