Product Name: Pure White Quartz Bathroom Vanity Top
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Perfect Stone
Stone Form: Vanity Top
Size/Thickness: AS Customer’s Requirement
MOQ: 50 Square Meters / Pieces
Material: Artificial Quartz
Surface Finishing: Polished
Usage: Kitchen, Bathroom, Hotel Commercial
Packing: Wooden Crates
FOB port: Xiamen port
Quartz stone used in household countertops is a type of engineered material. Also known as silicone dioxide, quartz and other materials such as glass, mirror, or various natural stones, are ground up into a dust and combined with resin. This process helps to create one of the hardest surfaces known to man, and gives quartz countertops its non-porous surface and durability.
Sparkling Lake Quartz Stone
Sparkling lake quartz is a sleek and fashionable stone that astounds with its crisp whites and sparkling pattern. This vanity top is the ideal choice for quick and simple remodels and is suitable for a variety of installations. Sparkling lake quartz stone is a gorgeous reflection of whites and icy speckles that adds intrigue and charm to any area. It is as serene as a wintery white landscape. This high-end quartz stone is the ideal option for bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas where you want to add a subtle touch of luxury.
Quartz countertops are produced in a range of hues and textures as a result of the production process. Manufacturers are able to create a limitless variety of designs from which buyers may pick thanks to a variety of colours, minerals, and quartz sizes. Quartz countertops may also be created to mimic granite or marble in appearance. Quartz countertops are a naturally antibacterial material because of its non-porous surface. Quartz also has the benefit of requiring only daily washing for upkeep. The majority of natural stone, including marble and granite, will ultimately need to be refinished, resealed, or honed. You’ll need to do annual maintenance to maintain your natural stone appearing modern.
Quartz cannot be extracted as a slab, unlike granite and marble. In order to give it strength and durability, it must be combined with additional minerals, binders, and resin. These resins, quartz, and other binders like recycled glass or mirror are combined. A mold is then filled with them, and they are then heated up and baked. This procedure provides quartz countertops their durable, non-porous surface, and one of the hardest surfaces known to man.
|Model Number||Sparkling Lake Quartz Stone|
|Material||93% high-purity acid-washed quartz stone, 7% polymer material, a small amount of inorganic pigment|
|Application||For interior building decorating, such as the service counter, kitchen countertop, bathroom vanity top, etc.|
|Popular color||Black, gold, brown, white, grey, base on samples.|
|Surface Finish||Polished, Honed, Antique, Abrasive Blasting|
|Edge finishing option||Eased, ogee, bullnose, laminated bullnose, etc|
Customized size, etc
|Thickness||18mm, 20mm, 30mm, etc|
|Vanity Top||Size||25″×22″, 31″×22″, 37”×22″, 49”×22” 60”×22”, etc|
|Thickness||3/4″, 3/8″, 1/2”|
108” ×26″, 108″×36″, 98″×37 or project size, etc
|Thickness||3/4″, 3/8″, 1/2”|
|Cut-to-size||1200x1200mm, 800x800mm, 1200x800mm, 600x600mm, 300x300mm, 300x600mm and other no-standard panels size.|
|Payment terms||T/T, L/C,Western Union,D/P,D/A 30% deposit, 70% paid before shipping CD|
|Delivery time||15 ~20 days after order confirmed|
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For a moment, let’s don our nerdy attire and learn some interesting trivia about quartz. Please make sure your belly button is safely above your nerd trousers. An example of an engineered material is quartz stone, which is utilized in domestic countertops. Quartz, also known as silicone dioxide, is blended with resin after being ground into a fine powder together with other substances like glass, mirror, or different kinds of natural stones. About 90–95% of quartz is made up of various minerals, with the remaining 5–10% being resin.
One of the most prevalent minerals on Earth is quartz. It is clear in appearance in its most pure state. But depending on its location and the minerals around it, it can also come in a wide range of colors. Other types of rocks, such as igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic, also include quartz. You’ll know those little sparkles are genuine pieces of quartz the next time you come across a gray rock containing them!