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Quartz stone back water to make the advantage of round low arc

- Nov 08, 2018 -


Quartz stone back water to make the advantage of round low arc


The choice of cabinet countertops is not only practical but also beautiful. Nowadays, the quartz stone countertops are more popular. The hardness of quartz stone is much higher than that of ordinary artificial stone and natural stone. It is not easy to penetrate, and there are many styles of countertops. The color is very rich. At present, quartz stone has become the first choice for cabinet countertops. Everyone knows that the countertops have water retaining before and after. For the rear retaining water, do you want to make round and low arcs. Many people have disagreed. What are the advantages of round and low arc? Let's take a look at it together!

First of all, we need to understand what is the water barrier, and what it does. The quartz stone countertop processing consists of front retaining water, rear retaining water and countertops. The back wall is also known as the back water, and the outer side is called the front retaining water. However, many people do not choose the front retaining water. The water barrier is designed to prevent the water from splashing out of the sink, or to prevent the water on the kitchen counter from flowing to the wooden cabinet below, causing mildew.

We will focus on the back water, which can fill the gap between the cabinet and the wall, especially the latex paint wall. It is necessary to add water to the side of the wall to prevent splashing and prevent the wall from getting wet. If you use glass glue to fill the gap, the gap will be black for a long time, and it will be contaminated. On the other hand, the back water may accumulate soot and dust, reducing the area used on the countertop.

Therefore, it is necessary to use a circular low arc for the rear retaining water. Although the processing cost per metre is higher than 50 yuan, it is beneficial to the later management and prevention of mildew.