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Café Quartz is quartz based engineered stone made under license for International Slab Sales, South Africa. In the spirit of manufacturing excellence, it is made using only the finest raw materials and is manufactured to specification using BRETONSTONE© technology, ensuring the highest standards for surfacing material. Café Quartz can be relied upon to give lifelong service.

WHAT IS CAFE QUARTZ

Café Quartz is an excellent surfacing material specifically suited for use as kitchen counter tops, bathroom vanities, wall cladding and restaurant or hospitality surfacing. An engineered stone product composed of up to 93% quartz; one of the hardest minerals in nature.

CAFE QUARTZ TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Surfaces are available in 8 stunning colours and all colours are available in 20mm thickness and then some are also available in 30mm thickness.



VARIOUS THICKNESS AVAILABLE

Unlike marble and granite, Café Quartz is virtually non-porous and doesn’t need sealing to prevent stains and keep its shine. If you need more than a mild detergent to get rid of stubborn marks use a nonabrasive cream cleanser, such as liquid Chemico, and a non-scratch pad. Always rinse with clean water to remove any residue.



LOW MAINTENANCE

Café Quartz is quite heat resistant, beating most man-made surfaces and even marble and limestone. Anything below 100°C should not damage the material, however it can burn or warp if exposed to sudden high-temperature changes. Because it’s better to be safe than sorry, we recommend that hot pots and pans never be placed directly on the surface.   Rather use a hot pad or trivet on the surface and under cooking units such as electric frying pans, crock pots, or roaster ovens.


HEAT RESISTANT

Café Quartz can be permanently damaged if it’s exposed to unduly strong chemicals and solvents. Never clean your countertops with products that contain trichloroethane or methylene chloride, often found in paint removers. Rather avoid using aggressive cleaning products like oven cleaners and dishwasher cleaning agents. Products that contain oils or powders may leave a residue and should be rinsed off thoroughly. If your countertops accidentally get exposed to any of these damaging products, rinse immediately with clean water to neutralize the effect.

CLEANING AGENTS TO AVOID