What are the Advantages of Using a Low Circular Arc Water Retention for Quartz Stone Countertops?

Mar. 19, 2020

The choice of cabinet countertops is not only practical but also beautiful. The most popular is quartz stone countertops. The hardness of quartz stone is much higher than that of ordinary artificial and natural stones. It is not easy to penetrate, and the countertop has a lot of styles and colors. rich. Quartz stone has become the new darling of decorative stone at present, and its advantages are obvious to everyone, so how much do you know about the origin of quartz stone, today I will take you to understand the history of quartz stone. Quartz stone was born in Italy in 1984. The production technology is proprietary to the Italian company Briton. It was initially called the Briton stone. It is composed of more than 93% of quartz crystals, plus 7% of resin and trace elements under vacuum. Large-sized plate made of high pressure.

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Initially, quartz stone was only used on cabinet countertops, furniture countertops, and laboratory consoles with high surface requirements. With the economic development and market maturity, more and more foreign countries have begun to use quartz stone in various fields such as large-scale hotels, luxury residences, landmark buildings, and quartz. It is gradually becoming a substitute for natural stone. And the customers of quartz stone are constantly changing. From traditional wholesalers to real estate development companies to architectural decoration companies, more and more people are joining the trend of quartz stone consumption.

At present, Colorful Quartz Countertop has become the first choice. Everyone knows that the countertop has front and back water blocking. Many people have objections about whether to make a circular low arc for the rear water blocking. What are the advantages of circular low arc? Check it out with White Quartz Countertops Supplier!

First of all, we need to understand what a water retaining strip is and what it does. The processing of quartz stone countertops includes front waterstops, rear waterstops and countertops. It is also common for us to lean on the wall against the back, and on the outside we call it front, but many people don’t choose the front. The design of the water retaining strip is mainly to prevent the water from the water tank from splashing out, or to prevent the water on the kitchen countertop from flowing onto the wooden cabinet below, causing mold.

Let's focus on the rear water barrier, which can fill the gap between the cabinet and the wall, especially the latex paint wall. It is necessary to add water to the side that is against the wall, which can effectively prevent water splashing and prevent the wall from being damp and moldy. If the gap is filled with glass glue, the gap will become black as time passes, and dirt will be hidden. On the other hand, the back water may accumulate soot and dust, reducing the use area of the countertop. Therefore, it is necessary to use a low arc for the rear water retaining, which is beneficial to the care in the later stage and to prevent the occurrence of mildew.

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