Granite comes in a variety of designs and colors.
The Mohs hardness scale is a comparative way to measure the scratch resistance of various minerals. It is named after German geologist Friedrich Mohs.
It is a scale used to measure the hardness of minerals based on their ability to scratch or be scratched by other minerals.
The scale ranges from 1 to 10, with 1 being the softest (talc) and 10 being the hardest (diamond)
How is Hardness determined on Mohs Scale? It is a comparative way to measure the scratch resistance. For instance, if Mineral A can scratch Mineral B, then Mineral A is harder.