Dolomite Marble Difference 

What is Dolomite & How is Dolomite formed ? What is Marble & How is Marble formed ? Comparing Marble and Dolomite on appearance, durability, heat resistance and Cost.

Dolomite is a natural stone. It’s a sedimentary rock. It’s formed when magnesium-rich groundwater triggers this natural process.

The result is a mineral-rich dolomite rock composed mainly of dolomite and calcite crystals.

Dolomitic Marble

Dolomitic marble is a type of metamorphic rock that forms when dolostone is subjected to heat, pressure, and chemical change,

Bianco Dolomite:

Bianco Dolomite, also known as Dolomite White Marble, is a type of natural stone known for its distinctive white color interspersed with streaks of grey or silver..

What is Marble

Marble is a metamorphic rock derived from limestone. It’s formed over millions of years under extreme  pressure and heat conditions deep beneath the Earth’s crust.

Dolomite stands out for its hardness, durability, and slightly translucent quality. It has beautiful veining, somewhat similar to marble. It tends to be more resistant to scratches and stains.

Super White has a light background, similar to marble, but with more dramatic and dark gray veining. Its advantage over marble is its higher resistance to staining and etching,

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