Products:Artificial Quartz Slab
Delivery Time:15~20 days after order confirmed
Quartz has excellent durability. Quartz countertops are non porous, so they do not need to be sealed like granite or marble.
1-Top Quality Artificial Stone quartz
Quartz has excellent durability. Quartz countertops are non porous, so they do not need to be sealed like granite or marble. This also means that quartz is not easily stained with water. In addition, quartz is not easy to scratch; In fact, granite is easier to scratch than quartz. However, extreme pressure can cause scratches, chips, or cracks. The good news is that it is possible to remove slight scratches with polish, making your countertop look like new. Deep scratches can also be repaired with epoxy filler. However, the key is to prevent scratches by often using chopping boards and other methods.
For many years, quartz has been trying to play the natural stone game, and all this is about making a choice between quartz kitchen counter and granite. Quartz attempts to develop a more durable, less porous, easier to manufacture flat granite. Although quartz materials with granite appearance are still put on the market in large quantities, quartz, which looks like nothing else, is an increasingly popular market segment.
2-Calacatta White Quartz Countertop Application Show
One might think of quartz as a counter in a kitchen or bathroom. However, quartz is also widely used for flooring, especially in commercial buildings such as shopping centers. There is no doubt that you don’t even know when you walk on the quartz table. Since the first material developed by the inventor Marcello Tonelli was a hand cast small stone slab with a size of about 12 x 20 inches, which was cut and used for floor tiles, quartz has become a complete circle. Table top applications did not emerge until a few years later. In fact, even in the mid-1970s, the stone slab was only about 50 inches long, which was difficult to call the size of the table top.
3-The Specification of Calacatta Quartz Slab
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