If you already have marble or granite installed in your place, you might know that from time to time, you have to do the sealing. In case of maintenance for quartz kitchen countertops, you just have to clean the worktop surface with soap and water. You don’t even have to apply costly anti-bacteria cleaning soaps and solutions as well. Since there are no pores in quartz kitchen countertops unlike natural stones, these are less likely to collapse in the long run. You will never face the problem of germs and bacteria as quartz is a non-porous surface, it has no room for vermin to inhabit.
A professional installer can usually match the seam color to the granite but generally the seams are impossible to hide. Unless you are using granite for a small or square countertop, you will need different pieces to complete your project. In case, you choose dark quartz worktops or ones with solid colors will naturally minimise the visibility of seams. Also, if the seams are more apparent, manufacturers will color, polish and coat quartz and it is easier to hide them in quartz.
Quartz is 93% pure quartz stone and 7% resin binder and a little colorant, this mix results in making a tough substance that’s stronger than other worktop materials such as laminate, glass, wood and bamboo. Therefore, quartz kitchen countertops are very popular amongst customers. Also does quartz is used in its natural form. The multiple colors don’t fade away due to regular use and helps to keep the beauty retained throughout their lifespan.