LH Engineered Quartz (or simply referred to as LH Quartz) is man-made, manufactured from 80% to 85% quartz, polymer resins, and pigments that are compacted under intense vibration, pressure, and vacuum into dense, non-porous slabs.
LH Quartz does not require sealing and is also one of the bacteria-free surfaces available, making it house owners’ popular choice for their kitchen countertops.
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Features of LH Quartz
- High-resistant – is highly resistant to scratch, stain and heat.
- Non-porous – This material is non-porous meaning it does not need any sealing.
- NSF certified – they are NSF certified meaning it is safe for food preparation.
- Greenguard certified – They are designed for use in indoor spaces as they meet strict chemical emissions limits, which can contribute to the creation of healthier interiors.
FAQS On LH Quartz
Is it really scratch resistant?
Yes and No. Yes it is scratch resistant but you still need to take good care of it. They can however still be scratched when proper care is not shown, scratches are not covered by this warranty.
Is LH Quartz heat resistant?
Yes. Though it is heat resistant, it is still advisable to use hot pads or trivets should any hot object be put on the top.
Can I use it for my garden table top?
Yes, if you want it to fade. LH Quartz is recommended and best used indoors as strong emissions of ultraviolet rays will discolor it.
What’s the proper care and maintenance for my LH Quartz?
Use a soft microfiber cloth to dust off the quartz surfaces. Also, use a damp cloth (lightly dipped in water) to wipe daily / when needed.