Kitchen Countertops Quartz Countertops How to Remove Small Chips/Scratches from Your Quartz Countertop
|How to Remove Small Chips/Scratches from Your Quartz Countertop|
Quartz countertops provide nonporous surfaces that are twice as strong and durable as granite. Quartz is a natural crystalline mineral that is composed of silicon dioxide. Being naturally scratch resistant, a quartz countertop is perfect for every bathroom or kitchen. |
Quartz Countertop by Cambria
Some quartz countertops are made of quarried slabs of natural mineral but most of the quartz products are likely to be engineered by mixing 5% polymer resins with 95% ground quartz. This process provides a very resistant and hard countertop that is both low maintenance and available in a wide range of colors and designs to go with almost any type of kitchen or bathroom décor. Being such a resistant surface, the quartz countertop will require little repair.
Quartz countertops are extremely resistant to scratches and chips. For instance, if you need repair for damage from chipping, you will have to look at the warranty that comes with the quartz countertop in order to find out whether repair is covered by the manufacturer or not. However, if you are dealing with small scratches and chips, you can take care of them by yourself just pay attention to the following tips in order to repair your quartz countertop:
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