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Granite is the signature rock of the planet Earth itself. It is as old as the Earth. It is an igneous rock and form from magma and occurs as relatively small. Granites can be pink to gray in color, depending on their chemistry and mineralogy.
Polish granite is a popular choice for kitchen countertops due to its high durability and aesthetic qualities. It’s resistance to head; moisture and abrasion make it a superior choice in most instances. It comes in a range of almost 3000 colors which will look permanent and substantial and will last a lifetime.
Mild dishwashing soap and warm water is all that’s needed to preserve the beauty of this natural stone.
Marble is a metamorphic limestone. When limestone is heated and has pressure put on it, its calcite is melted. Larger crystals are formed and this is marble. Whatever is mixed in with the limestone decides the final color of the marble. Whatever is mixed in with the limestone decides the final color of the marble. Most marble is large grained and comes in many colors and patterns. It is soft and easy to carve and cut into shapes. It’s also waterproof and heatproof. If you want to get the luxurious look, marble is your stone.
Quartz is hard crystalline mineral which is found abundantly all over the Earth in a variety of forms. It is the most common mineral on Earth. Surfacing is made from 100%natural quartz cut from blocks into slaps. The slaps are custom cut to create countertops.
Quartz has a unique structure. And the color is as variable as a spectrum. Clear quartz, milky quartz, purple, pink and gray, brown or smoky quartz are very common and popular colors. Quartz countertops are resistant to stain and acid, easy care and they require no special cleaning fluids or main techniques; soap and warm water are usually sufficient.