Countertops. Tuesday , November 14th , 2017 - 16:20:28 PM
Quartz Countertops are known to be resistant to permanent stains. Use quartz countertops if you know there would be a lot of juice, wine and sugar related stains. Quartz is the fourth hardest mineral in nature making it fit for use in natural stone countertops. It is a bit expensive though and will cause a dent in your wallet! Marble countertops are the softest version of natural stone countertops. They can be stained or soiled easily. Keep your marble countertops away from any oil or juice stain! Frequent polishing and sealing of the marble countertops though can keep away any permanent staining. It must be noted that marble countertops cannot withstand permanent stains or scratches.
The use of glass countertops creates a stylish and elegant look in modern homes. If you desire a contemporary styled kitchen, glass countertops are perfect for achieving this look. Glass countertops offer designers an assortment of options regarding the actual design of the countertops. When used as a kitchen countertop, glass will prove to be hygenic and stain proof. In addition, the countertop will be created from one piece of glass which will create no seams or cracks. When additional customization is required, glass can also be used with stainless steel for a modern look. Glass kitchen countertops can be designed in an assortment of textures and colors. As a result the end result can be customized to compliment the decor of your kitchen.
There are also some that are less hassle than others, so pay attention to details like application procedures and length between reapplying. Sealers can come in many different sheens and even tints. A higher gloss sealer tends to bring out the richness of the colors, while a flat or matte sealer will tone the concrete countertop down a bit. Tinted sealer must be used carefully because if the color is conflicting or if the particle count of the tint is too high, it can completely ruin the hard work you put into the concrete countertop. Concrete countertop fabricators have been trying many unique ways to set their countertops apart. One semi-common technique is inlaying decorative materials into the concrete countertop when the concrete has yet to cure. Inlaid materials can include sea shells, tiles, natural stones, glass, etc. Even more delicate objects like preserved leaves can be inlaid. Although a sealer can add some protection, always consider the long-term durability of the materials you choose to inlay in the countertop.
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