Product Description: Product Name: Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops Model No: SS3857 Sahara Grey Even though granite remains the most popular countertop material among homeowners, there’s a new contender: Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops . Engineered quartz countertop offers many of the same benefits...
Product Name: Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops
Model No: SS3857 Sahara Grey
Even though granite remains the most popular countertop material among homeowners, there’s a new contender: Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops. Engineered quartz countertop offers many of the same benefits as granite, including strength, durability, and beauty. Here are some reasons you may want to consider quartz for your kitchen or bathroom countertops.
Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops has excellent Stain & bacteria resistant Properties
Quartz is a perfect material for countertops, especially in kitchens because it is non-porous and does not harbor bacteria. The denseness of the material keeps it from absorbing moisture and raw or leftover food. Other materials will allow bacteria to penetrate the surface, but not quartz.
Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops are the hardest of all countertop surfaces
Quartz countertops are the most durable countertop material that you can find. That is because of it’s intense hardness. This hardness comes not only from the materials but from the way that it’s produced. Quartz is a 7 on the MOHS hardness scale, and second only to diamonds. Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops are much harder than quartz or marble, meaning they could take a beating from pots, pans or anything else you could throw their way and they’ll still look fabulous. This is a great reason to buy quartz countertops.
Quartz is low maintenance
Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops are perfect for being low maintenance as you will never have to worry about any long term cost commitment. You will never have to take into account any sealing or treatments every year, like you do with natural stones. Quartz is also incredibly easy to keep clean day to day too, with just a mild soap and water.
Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops are waterproof
You probably know that quartz hardly chips or cracks–but are you aware that it’s waterproof as well? Unlike countertops made of natural stone, which are often porous and need sealing, quartz counters are totally waterproof. This makes for a mildew-free and clean surface that requires minimal maintenance.
Quartz Stone Kitchen Worktops has excellent Durability Properties
If you want to install your countertops and never worry about them again, quartz is for you. Although it looks similar to other stone surfaces, like granite and marble, it doesn't have the pores that these stones do and therefore won't stain or absorb liquids. These other stones have to be sealed every so often, but quartz is made with resin directly in it and never needs to be resealed. Additionally, quartz can take any beating an amateur chef or family of five can throw at it. It's resistant to scratches, stains and anything else you're likely to encounter using your kitchen normally.