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|Material:||Quartz||Size:||22" X 61", Other Sizes Is Available|
|Color:||White Sparkle D940||Surface:||Top Polished With Eased Edge.|
|Feature:||Anti-stain, Anti-scratch, High Polish, Easy To Clean||MOQ:||50 PCS|
|Payment:||T/T, Western Union||Application:||Commercial & Residencial, Project, Hotel, Apartment, Bar, Etc|
61" White Luster Quartz Bathroom Vanity Tops Sparkle White Engineered Stone Top with Double Sinks
|Available Colors||we can produce around 100 colors, including the copying colors of famous world brands.|
|Usd for||Bathroom (Hotel project ,house ,restaurant ,department and .........)|
|Edge||flat edges, half bullnose, full bullnose, Ogee.|
|Finishes option||Matte(2000 polishing finished)|
|Available formula||100% acrylic, modified acrylic, quartz stone|
|Prefabricate Countertops||we are able to make all kinds of countertops according to customer's drawing.|
|Main market||North America, South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia, Western Europe|
Quartz. Quartz is quickly overtaking granite for contemporary homeowners who like the look and feel of marble or granite but want something that is more low-maintenance (i.e. doesn't need to be sealed), won't crack or chip and is also eco-friendly. Remember that marble and granite are both mined in quarries - and the practice, and the labor situation in many countries, is not typically sustainable.
Smarter Stone Quartz, on the other hand, is sustainable - made partially from recycled products. Another advantage, many quartz slab options are made right here in the USA. It does run a bit higher in price - ranging from $30-$100 per square meter - but the low-maintenance and longevity factors make the investment worthwhile.
|1. We own a one of the biggest sales team in the same industry.Offering one-to-one VIP considerate service.|
|2. Rich exporting experience,already exporting to 107 countries till to now. Offering professional shipping, loading,customs clearance and settlement service.|
|3. Abundant product pictures and small samples for your reference.|
|4. We attend many exhibition every year,such as Canton Fair, Xiamen International Stone Fair, KIBS, BIG5.|
|5. Advanced equipment and technology.Offering superior OEM products for your one-stop purchasing.|
|6. Various colors of free sample for quality checking,test and comparison.|
|7. Offering professional technical advice,comprehensive technical support and timely after-sales services.
|Quartz (Quartz Arenite)||Granite|
|Mohs Hardness||7 (pure quartz)||6-7 (depending on mineralogy)|
|Melting Point||1670 °C||1215–1260 °C (dry)|
|Natural Radiation||None||Trace amounts|
|Natural Fractures||None||Small but variable amounts|
1. Does a Quartz surface require care and maintenance?
No, a Quartz surface is incredibly maintenance -free because it is non -porous. Simply wipe up with warm water. Unlike granite, a Quartz surface will NEVER require regular sealing and there is no risk of staining.
2. Is a Quartz surface resistant to surface damage?
Quartz surfaces are structurally more resistant to surface damage than other stone.
However, all stone can be damaged by excessive force or pressure.
3. Are Quartz surfaces resistant to staining? Will Quartz stain?
Quartz surfaces are extremely resistant to staining. Products as wide -ranging as fruit juices, liquid food coloring, coffee, tea, wine, soft drinks, nail polish/remover and felt -tip markers have been tested on Quartz surfaces -none of these materials left a stain. Its non -porous surface also greatly reduces the potential for bacterial growth from food absorbing in your countertop .
4. Does a Quartz surface withstand heat? Can I put a hot pan or pot on it?
A Quartz surface is as resistant to heat as any stone countertop available on the market. However, any natural stone surface can be damaged by sudden and rapid change of temperature, particularly near the edge of the surface. Like any natural stone surface, Quartz may not withstand the direct transfer of heat from pots and pans and other cooking units such as electric frying pans and griddles, and some crock -pots or roaster ovens and heat lamps. Therefore, the use of a hot pad or trivet is always recommended.
5. Are Quartz surfaces safe for food preparation?
Yes, Quartz surfaces are non -porous,There is no safer countertop for food preparation
6.Can I get the quartz sample ?
Yes,free small sample can be sent for testing the quality.
7.What is the MOQ ?
MOQ usually is 1x20ft container,and it can be mixed. also other small quantity is accepted.