Porcelain is extremely durable and versatile. These stunning slabs are created by combining clay, sand and other natural materials, then pressing and firing the material at extremely high temperatures.
Porcelain is a durable material that is becoming more and more popular. It is thinner and lighter than other materials, making it easier to create elegant shapes, and its easy-to-clean glassy finish makes it an especially great selection in eating and drinking areas. Porcelain also performs well in wet areas. While it is extremely durable, it is similar to a ceramic material so it can be damaged by heavy falling objects.
Why use porcelain for countertops?
Porcelain is not a natural stone that is extremely durable and versatile. These stunning slabs are created by combining clay (kaolinite), sand, and other natural materials, then pressing and firing the material at extremely high temperatures.
Porcelain slabs countertops are nonporous, so they are stain, heat, and UV resistant. Porcelain can handle hot pots and pans on its surfaces. It is extremely durable and has good resistance against chips, cracks, and scratches.
Keeping this product clean is as easy as using mild soap and water. Stubborn dirt can be removed with a non-abrasive cleanser.