Quartz stone kitchen worktops have certain advantages over some of their competitors. Quartz is non-porous, it is particularly resistant to corrosives and stains (for example coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup and other products of daily use) and it is solid enough, retaining the same uniform composition throughout its thickness. This makes for a great material, as the integrity of more natural stone throughout a worktop may be questionable. However, all natural stone kitchen worktops may be tested to guarantee their integrity.
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An Italian, engineered stone, Okite is produced by a family-run firm that has a strong commitment to quality and environmental care. It has many uses, and has even been used to create artworks. It’s commonly used for floors, tiling and other surfaces. Okite worktops provide an effective and affordable alternative to marble and granite. Primarily composed of quartz, Okite can also include other materials, such as recycled glass, to give a piece lustre, strength and colour. Slabs are manufactured to a specific thickness, which means that Okite can be […]