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White Quartz Worktops

Item Number: A1000 Materials: High purity acid-washed 93% quartz stone, 7% palymer material and a small amount of inorganic pigment Dimension: 3200*1600mm, 3200*1800mm, 3000*1400mm Thickness: 15mm, 18mm, 20mm, 30mm Bulk density: >2.40g/m³ Flatness: <2mm Mohs’ hardness: 6-7



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    White Quartz Worktops are undoubtedly one of the best countertop options on the market. Although choosing a countertop is a personal choice, many factors must be considered when choosing a countertop.

    What is the price of quartz countertops?

    Expect to pay roughly the same cost as natural stone, about $60 to $90 per square foot, including installation costs.

    How are quartz countertops made?

    Natural quartz crystals are mined, then ground into powder or aggregate, and fused with a resin binder under high temperature and pressure to form a solid plate. The pigment added in this process gives the countertop color.

    Is the quartz countertop right for you?

    The following are the pros and cons to consider when deciding to use quartz.


    Low maintenance--Unlike natural stone or wood, it never needs to be sealed. Just wash with soap and water for routine maintenance. You can use a mild cleaning scrub to remove surface stains.

    Antibacterial--The resin adhesive makes the quartz countertops non-porous, so bacteria, mold and fungi that cause stains and odors cannot penetrate the surface.


    Expensive--Compared to wood, laminate, and concrete that cost less than $10 per square foot, quartz is expensive—about $60 to $90 per square foot, including installation.

    Not suitable for outdoor use--Direct sunlight day after day will cause the color to fade or the countertop to warp or split over time.


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