Are you looking for a countertop surface that resists and endures the stains, heat and scratch from daily food preparation and cooking? Have you found such material yet? You might have a material in mind that you think is the most durable and low maintenance on the market. If you are an outsider of the building material industry, then Dekton can be a stranger to you.

Dekton is a recent and impressive product for countertop surfaces, flooring and even exterior applications. It offers extreme performance and unique design. Some of them look like marble, while others look like solid wood. But there are definitely not like what mentioned. A mixture of inorganic raw materials found in glass, porcelain tile and natural quartz makes it a versatile indoor and outdoor countertops.

Dekton is the most significant new product launch for Cosentino since its development of Silestone natural quartz in the early-90s. It is the result of the advanced technologies from three industries. Made in large-format slabs, makes Dekton available in various thickness. Its powerful characteristics make it the new favourite material of the influential interior and exterior designers, house owners and contractors.

Dekton is a long-term product for those who are looking to turn their kitchen into a stylish space. It allows greater potential for installation in one piece with no cuts, no limits and no joints. It has the appeal of a completely uniform surface, which fits seamlessly into various designs.


Below are what you should know about Dekton and how you fell in love with it for your upcoming kitchen projects.


Scratch Resistance 

Dekton is currently the chef’s most preferred countertop surface because it does not leave a scrape after cooking. Cooking utensils that are harsh to countertop surface like tongs, spatula and can opener are bound to touch the countertop surface. Amazingly Dekton will stay looking perfect and glossy with any slip of the knife.

It is an excellent choice for commercial applications and high traffic areas. Even so, a cutting board is still recommended to protect your household utensils to prolong its lifespan



Stain Proof 

Dekton is at a higher level of smudge resistance, the ultimate artwork of stain-proof technology. Stubborn stains like mud, sauce, fruit jam etc can be easily wiped off from the surface with a damp cloth. Hence, this kitchen top is ideal for those that have the heavy cooking like home and restaurants. Since Dekton has remarkably low porosity and contains no resins, it is chemical resistant.

Splashes of strong chemicals such as detergent, bleach and drain cleaners won’t harm Dekton at all. Dekton does not need to be sealed, unlike materials that are rough stone and wood.  No liquids can be absorbed. No matter how long the liquid sits on it, you will still be able to clean it up effortlessly. This makes Dekton a very low maintenance surface, great for busy bees like us.



Heat and Cold Resilient 

Dekton was processed to be highly able to tolerate heat diligently without damage. People call it a thermal shock-proof material because it can withstand extreme hot and cold substances, such as frozen ingredients. High-temperature cooking pots and pans can be placed directly on the surface without any barrier or protector, including a baking tray straight from the oven.

The manufacturer ran a test for Dekton and it achieved high scores in regard to its resiliency to heat. It’s natural resistance to freezing and thawing makes it perfect for use in even the coldest weather.


Colour Stability 

Carefully produced in the factory to ensure the control of the Dekton colour pigmentation, each slab maintains its colour consistency and will stand the test of time. There are more than 20 colours available in the market now; pick any from the Xgloss Natural, Xgloss Solid, Wild Collection, Solid Collection, Natural Collection, or Tech Collection!

They are generally black, white, grey, brown, and beige. This feature makes it a versatile material for outdoor and indoor setups. A Dekton table can also be used outdoors because it is resistant to ultraviolet light. The colour of the surface will degrade over time from heavy sunshine and rain.

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