Quartz is becoming more and more popular in home design. Though man-made, quartz countertops still lend natural beauty to home interiors.
An obvious choice for modern kitchens, quartz’s durability is hard to surpass. To create these countertops, fabricators combine ground quartz with resin and pour it to create a wide variety of colors and patterns. Its durability is desirable. You’ll find it resistant to chips and cracks from kitchen knives and pots.
Because of their composition, quartz countertops are scratch and stain-resistant. They’re less likely to absorb spills, which helps deter stains and bacteria. It also means they don’t require resealing. It features the beauty and look of natural stone, but without the maintenance and upkeep. Stone and Cloth can help you decide if quartz is the right choice for you and your family.
There really is no comparison on the stain factor from natural stone and quartz.