What is quartz
Quartz is the hardest mineral stone in nature after diamond, Saphire and topaz Quartz. Is comprised of 93% quartz, blended with 7% unsaturated polyester resins, additives, and inorganic non-fading pigments.
Where quartz can be used
Quartz is one of the hardest materials in nature, which is an assurance that your quartz surface will not easily scratch or chip. However, like most materials a good care and maintenance is essential. Quartz car be used in Worktops, island tops, splashbacks, floors, interiors and exterior wall cladding, vanity tops.
Benefits of quartz worktops
Incredibly low maintenance—no resealing required!
7 to 7.5 on Moh's hardness scale, 4th hardest mineral.
Durable and resistant to heat, scratches, and stains.
Naturally occurring mineral with an organic appearance.
Non-porous, extremely hygienic, and easy to clean for personal or commercial kitchen countertops.