Quartz countertop is practically indestructible, resistant to stains and scratches, and non-porous.
Quartz mining involves extracting large rocks containing quartz from open pit mines, followed by transportation to a processing plant where they are crushed.
This powder is then mixed with resin binders and pigments, with the resin acting as a glue and the pigments providing color. The mixture is poured into molds shaped like countertops.
Finally, the molded quartz undergoes heating, pressing, curing, and polishing to create a solid, non-porous countertop with a finish that can range from high gloss to matte.
The advantages of Quartz Countertops: The good news is that Quartz countertops are nearly indestructible. It’s one of the most durable materials.