Truth is, quartz worktops deliver a classic and timeless beauty to different home schemes. By seamlessly combining natural materials and incorporating various colours in your design, this worktop also produces a certain level of endurance and durability.
When neutral tones are being utilized as a base colour concept, you can immediately transform your humble abode into a modern-day indoor sanctuary.
Quartz, also commonly known as the ‘engineered stone’, is a sleek worktop that has superior hygienic properties. Since high quality quartz worktops are non-porous; harmful germs and nasty grime won’t get left behind after you thoroughly clean the surface.
Below are some of the reasons why high quality quartz worktops are getting more and more popular to most home owners:
Low Maintenance: worktop materials should still look stunningly gorgeous while being low maintenance. Unlike the natural stone materials such as marble and granite, quartz needs no crazy level of maintenance aside from cleaning it daily by using gentle household detergent.
However, If you want to attain extra shine after cleaning your quartz worktops, simply spray some window cleaner on the surface and wipe it dry with a simple paper towel. This clever hack also decreases the amount of dust in your worktop material.
Durability: Engineered stones are tremendously sturdy, and yet they are considerably more flexible than of granite and marble, which means they are less susceptible to chipping and cracking.
Stain Resistant: The fine quality of the production process of this material, guarantees that quality quartz worktops are non-porous, so you can be rest assured that the surface is extremely resilient to various stains (yes, even the tough ones). Natural stones like marble and granite are more porous, which is why they need to be resealed once a year or so.
Scratch Resistant: Top-notch worktops must be tough and can stand up well to the pressure of daily use. Scratch resistant quartz worktops will maintain their sleekness and elegantly polished finish even after so many years. Nevertheless, be sure not to expose them to extreme amount of heat.
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