Black & White Engineered Quartz Stone – Pros & Cons

Black & White Engineered Quartz Stone – Pros & Cons

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Black or white is the everlasting question, where the right answer doesn’t exist. These colours are classic choices you can’t go wrong with. Both will bring beauty and elegance to any room you incorporate it in. Even mixing the two can give interesting compositions. When it comes to quartz, it is for many reasons one of the most popular materials in recent years. It has excellent characteristics which make it the first choice of many homeowners and designers.

So let’s take a look at the pros and cons of white and black quartz stone.

Pros

Quartz is very easy to maintain

The cleaning is easily handled with just soap, water and a soft rag. You will not have to worry about sealing, because quartz doesn’t need it.

Quartz is a non-porous material
This means that quartz can’t absorb water and liquids, making it stain-proof. Even if you accidentally spill something on your countertops, you can easily wipe out the spill with just soap and water.

Variety in styles and colours

Quartz can imitate the appearance of other stones, namely granite and marble. This is allowed due to the fact that this material is manufactured. Almost any colour you can name you can find in quartz’s range, from unusual colours to classic ones.

Very durable

Quartz is one of the hardest materials found in nature; this means that a high impact of force will not damage it. However, edges are more prone to chipping, so you should be more careful around them.

Long-term investment

Because of its durability and other factors, quartz will make a long-term and smart investment. You will not need a replacement for a lifetime.

Stains are less visible on black quartz then white

Some liquids, like wine or coffee, can leave a bit of a stain if they are not removed on time. If such a thing happens to you, it will be hardly visible on black quartz. On the other hand, fingerprints and traces of use are less visible on white quartz.

Cons

Chemical Sensitivity

Harsh cleaners that contain bleach and ammonia can damage the surface of your quartz slabs and ware of its beauty. You should avoid such cleaners at all times and just use soap and water instead. If your slabs accidentally come in contact with such chemicals, neutralize its effect with water.

Can’t be used outdoors

Quartz is a manufactured stone that is made of 93% natural quartz and 7% resin and pigments. The resins in it are UV unstable, which restricts quartz to indoor use only.

Having black or white quartz stone will bring such beauty and elegance to your home that is unmatched. This material is for a reason one of the most sought-after materials in recent years. It is almost stain-proof, very easy to maintain, it has a wide colour palette and will make a long-term investment.

Need more information about our black and white quartz stone range? Contact us and we will be happy to help you.

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