31"x22", 37"x22", 49"x22", 61"x22", 73"x22" etc. Any standard size and customized sizes are welcomed. (Single or double sinks)
2CM (3/4"): Flat polished, full bullnose, ogee, bevel top.ect.
3CM (1 1/5"): Flat polished, full bullnose, ogee, bevel top,ect.
2+2cm (1 1/2") laminate: OG, BN, Flat polished, waterfall, radius,ec
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.
Chemicals and Harsh Cleansers
You should avoid exposing your countertop to such things as oven/grill cleaners, or strippers, paint removers/strippers, toilet bowl cleaners, oil soaps, tarnish removers, furniture cleaners, battery acid, drain cleaners. If you accidently expose your countertop to these types of products immediate rinse the area with water.
Prolonged exposure to these types of products may cause discoloration or damage to the countertop.
Cutting Directly on Quartz Counter
Never cut directly on your quartz countertop. Your countertop is extremely hard and cutting on it directly will show “leave behind” metal marks from your knives. Else are not scratches and can be removed following the steps for cleaning. We strongly recommend the use of a cutting board.
Quartz countertops are an excellent choice for both residential and commercial applications. They offer a wide range of colors and patterns and are non-porous, making them safe for use in the food service and health care industries. They are also resistant to a wide variety of chemicals, which make them ideal for laboratory areas.
Generally speaking, quartz is very difficult if not impossible to repair. In particular, if the shine on the surface of the material is dulled from heat or chemical burns, the original shine cannot be restored. If cracks occur from abuse or high heat exposure, it can be very difficult to repair the damage so as not to be noticeable.