Quartz Stone

What is quartz?

Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust, after feldspar. It is made up of a continuous framework of SiO4 silicon–oxygen tetrahedra, with each oxygen being shared between two tetrahedra, giving an overall formula SiO.

Is it possible to keep cargos as same color as sample?

No, this is man-made stone, and every blocks are mixed by some material such as stone rocks, quartz, shell, glass and other additives, maybe color would be a little change after mixed, but generally are closed!

How do I obtain samples?

For samples we only charge for the courier cost of the samples which can be ordered DHL, UPS, TNT OR Fedex ground or Fedex Expedited. The rate will be calculated based on your address and the number of samples you order. We can return this courier cost if you order above two containers. Payment can be made by western Union or Wire Transfer(T.T)

Engineered Stone

How to Clean Quartz Countertops

Natural quartz countertops are beautiful, distinctive and practically stain-resistant, even if you spill wine or coffee on them. You can clean quartz countertops with soap and water or basically any other cleaner on hand.

1.Wash the quartz surface thoroughly with warm water and soap, any other mild household cleaner (like Fantastik or 409) or even a surface cleaner like Windex. To apply the cleaner, use a soft cloth or sponge.

2.Rinse the entire surface thoroughly to adequately clean your quartz countertop. If you leave any cleaner or soap on the countertops, you will see streaks.

  • 3. Pat the surface dry after cleaning. If there are streaks, wash the area with water.
  • Tips and warning

While quartz countertops are virtually scorch-resistant, always use trivets when placing hot items on quartz. This helps avoid thermal shock.

Don't use harsh cleaning agents, such as paint thinner or oil soaps.