Quartz Kitchen Countertops Popular Sizes
Rectangular Kitchen Countertop: 26"x96", 26"x98", 28"x108".
Curved Kitchen Countertop: 36"x78", 39"x78", 28"x78".
Kitchen Table Top: 72"x39", 96"x39".
Kitchen Bar Top: 12"x78", 15"x78".
Normal Thickness: 3/4", 1 1/5".
Edge Finished: Eased, Beveled, Bullnose, Ogee, Cove, Laminated and non-laminated edge etc.
Quartz Countertops Features:
1. Hight heat resistant:1300 degree melting point of natural crystal quartize;
2. Wear-resistant: extremely hard due to nonporous and compact inner structure;
3. Anti-corrosion: nonporous and compact structure;
4. Bright color and long durability: multiple polishing technical processing;
Quartz Countertops Care&Maintenance
Daily Care and Maintenance for Quartz Counters
Make sure to use a non-abrasive cleaner and always rinse and dry the countertop after cleaning.
Removing Stubborn Stains and Spills
If needed to remove stubborn or dried on spills you can use a non-abrasive gel by applying the gel to the cotton cloth, not directly onto the countertop and wipe it onto the surface in a circular motion, rinse it thoroughly and dry with a clean soft cloth.
Resistance to Heat
ABC Quartz is a heat resistant surface but it is not heat proof. To protect your countertop from potential damage caused by sudden or rapid temperature changes we strongly recommend the use trivets or hot plates especially when using cooking units such as electric frying pans or crock pots. Never place hot cookware directly onto your quartz countertop.
No Sealer Required
Do not apply any sealers or polishes to your quartz countertop. They are not necessary and over time can make your finish look dull and/or inconsistent.
You have made a great investment in a durable and beautiful surface and with a small amount of maintenance it will continue to provide beauty and function for years to come.