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What is composite quartz made of?

Composite quartz is 90-96% Quartzite (a naturally occurring mineral) and 6-10% resin + pigments and a few other chemicals.

How is composite quartz made?

Why should I use Composite Quartz instead of natural granite?

In what thicknesses is composite quartz available?

What precautions should one take for installation and maintenance of composite quartz?

Here are a few tips to follow:

  • Never use POP (Plaster of Paris).
  • Use a high speed cutting machine with a good quality cutting blade
  • Use good quantity of water during cutting
  • Remove the plastic covering before installation or cutting, the covering is only for protection during transit.
  • Preferably use adhesives instead of conventional cement mortar.
  • Leave a gap of 5-8 mm underneath the skirting to counter any structural movement and thermal expansion.
  • It is mandatory to leave an expansion gap of 8-10mm every 5 meters wherever the expanse is large.
  • The joints should not be filled immediately. Wait for the bed to dry and then fill up the gap with a high quality resin.
  • To clean the composite surface use lukewarm water or some good quality stone cleaner. DO NOT use phenyl or Harpic kind of cleaner, it will stain the surface permanently.

Can we get textures on composite quartz?

Where all can we use composite quartz? Is it advisable to use composite quartz on facades and exteriors?

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