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Quartz Stone

Durability: Quartz is extremely hard and durable, making it resistant to scratches, chips, and cracks. It’s ideal for high-traffic areas like kitchens.

Non-Porous Nature: Unlike natural stones, quartz is non-porous, which means it doesn’t absorb liquids. This makes it highly resistant to stains from coffee, wine, oil, and other common kitchen spills.

Hygienic: Its non-porous surface also prevents the growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew, ensuring a more sanitary environment in the kitchen.

Low Maintenance: Quartz countertops are effortless to clean. They require only mild soap and water for everyday cleaning and don’t need sealing or resealing over time, unlike materials like granite or marble.

Wide Range of Designs: Quartz is an engineered stone, allowing for a vast array of colors, patterns, and finishes. This versatility makes it easier to find a style that complements your kitchen decor.

Consistency: Because it’s engineered, quartz slabs have a consistent color, pattern, and texture throughout the entire surface, providing a uniform look that’s not always achievable with natural stones.

Heat Resistance: While excessive heat can damage any countertop surface, quartz is more heat-resistant than materials like laminate or solid surface countertops. However, it’s advisable to use trivets or hot pads to protect the surface.

The popular sizes available in quartz tiles are 160×320 with 2cm & 3cm and 80×300 with 1.5cm thickness. 

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