Natural Stone Granite White Tiger Skin Worktop & Countertops
The tiger skin granite countertops choose also become important for buyers and users. As our company is a directly stone countertops factory from China, our mostly customers are granite kitchen countertops distributors and importers, we sell those products in wholesales to them.
Tiger Skin White Granite is best used for indoor installations, both for commercial and residential use. Perfect for kitchen countertops, office lobbies, or even great hall flooring. This durable granite is available in slabs and is recommended for both interior and exterior projects including landscaping, flooring, outdoor countertops, and walls.
Countertop Edges Drawing & Countertop Designs
|Material:||Granite Tiger Skin White Granite Countertops & Vanity tops|
|Place Of Origin:||Fujian, China|
|Port of Loading:||Xiamen port|
|Advantage:||1. Elegant color with clear grains; |
2. High density to 2.85tons/m3;
3. Popular and Well-sold to Euro-American and Asian countries; 4. Stable supply for long-term orders.
|Application:||Kitchen & Bathroo, Bar|
|Countertop Sizes||Countertops:||78''/96''/108'' x 25-1/2''/26''/36'' x 3/4''/30/20+20mm laminated;|
|Vanity Tops||36"X22" 25"X22", 37"X22", 49"X22", 72"X22"|
|Back Splash||2'', 3'', 4'', 5'', 6'' high|
|Any customized dimensions ACCEPTED! Please contact us for details.|
How do I clean my granite countertop?
Polished granite should receive cleaning care, using a mild phosphate-free, biodegradable liquid dish-soap, soap flakes, or powders which contain no aromatics, followed by thorough rinsing and drying with cotton-flannel or chamois.
How resistant is granite to damage in normal use?
Though granite is not indestructible, it has the greatest scratch resistance, heat resistance, longest useful life, resistance to most common chemicals, and lowest maintenance of any other material currently used for countertops.
For example, knives cannot scratch true granite. Only diamond blades can cut granite! When purchasing granite, keep in mind that some stone types (gneiss and schist, for example) are measurably softer than true granite and can be scratched by knives.
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