Quartz countertops are an engineered material made by combining about 90% ground natural quartz with around 10% polymer resins.
This combination creates a super-hard material. Because of this process, quartz countertops have a non-porous surface, meaning there aren’t any tiny holes for spills to seep into and cause stains.
And speaking of good-looking, quartz countertops are a design lover’s dream. They come in a variety of colors, from pure white to jet black, and everything in between.
Quartz countertop material is heat resistant but not heat proof. You should not put hot pans directly on quartz counters.
Quartz is a stain-resistant countertop because it is non porous. In simple terms, it’s about the surface not having tiny holes.