Quartz,Engineered quartz,artificial quartz,man-made quartz essentially describe the same product,an type of artificial stone,typically composed of about 90-97% natural quartz that is mixed with a resin and pigment to create a unique look. There are many different brands of man-made quartz on the market,each offering different colors and styles to help you achieve your ideal look.Goldtop Quartz as the one of best China stone supplier,has more than other companys Quartz Colors and Patterns.
During the production of quartz, the pigments are added to change its colour, add patterns and veins. Because of that, quartz has the widest colour selection on the market. In its range, you will be able to find almost any colour you want.
Quartz can have veining, granulation or be a completely solid colour. In Goldtop Quartz Stone range,you can find everything from the very pronounced patterns, to the ones that are very subtle and dimmed.
Quartz is an engineered stone made of natural quartz and resins. The resins act as a sealant- they make a waterproof surface. For that reason, quartz doesn’t need to be sealed.
Quartz is one of the hardest materials, ranking 7th on the Mohs scale. Quartz will not break under pressure or high impacts of force.
If you want a material you don't have to waste too much time to clean.The engineered quartz is the best choice for you.Thanks to the nonporous surface,you can use soap,water or a soft cloth to clean.
Even the most persistent liquids will not be able to leave a stain on quartz stone. Just beware not to leave liquids like coffee or wine sitting for too long, because they will be removed more difficultly.
Quartz patterns are more uniformed compared to patterns on granite or marble. Quartz can be also bookmatched, which means that the two connecting surfaces mirror each other. That is a great way to make your kitchen or bathroom one of a kind.
Generally speaking, quartz has a lower price point than its competitors, such as natural stones, although it performs similarly. The prices are varying from colour to colour; the rarer the colour is, the more expensive it will be.