Quartz bathroom countertops are a type of constructed stone. It is artificial but uses natural quartz aggregates held together with resin and other materials. Generally quartz worktops are 93 percent quartz and the other 7 percent consist of materials that hold the pieces together. Quartz itself is a common mineral find in many parts of the world. After quenching, quartz is ground into small, uniform particles and mixed with the remaining ingredients and baked into a hard surface.
Advantages of quartz bathroom countertops. The engine quartz process in the worktops creates a durable and stain resistant countertop that offers good looks and easy maintenance. They are repellent and heat resistant. The cost of quartz worktops can be somewhat less or equal to granite. Depending on the type and thickness of the stone. A variety of textures can produced on the surface of the countertop to give it a unique look.
Quartz also comes in polished and finely ground finish. Quartz worktops do not require a sealant to protect the surface. And quartz does not discard from hot pots or pans, but manufacturers recommend use of trivial or other protection. Quartz bathroom countertops lack individual and unique quality like natural stone such as granite possesses. And then quartz bathroom countertops are harder to repair successfully when unavoidable accidents occur.