NEOLITH

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The Neolith sintered compact surface slab is a trendsetting material that is redefining the future of interior design. With an extensive range of colours and finishes, Neolith is a designer product that has created exciting possibilities for interior decorating applications and exterior cladding projects.

Neolith is an admirable competitor when compared to common surface materials such as marble, granite, engineered stone and other cladding materials. The versatile colours, consistency, durability and remarkable size of these sintered compact surface slabs make NEOLITH the preferred product, particularly for large construction and development projects.

Neolith can withstand much higher temperatures than most competing surfaces.  As an environmentally friendly product, Neolith ranks amongst the best, surpassing every required standard (ISO) in every one of its characteristics with the use of technologically advanced operating systems. Neolith is currently the most versatile cladding product on the market.


WHAT IS NEOLITH?

  • Innovative and endless design options
  • Comprehensive range of colour options and combinations
  • Attractive matte finish
  • Countertop and panel cladding material available in the same colour for perfect continuity and a holistic look
  • Resistant to very high temperatures
  • Stain resistant
  • Hardwearing and durable
  • Easy to clean and maintain

WHY CHOOSE NEOLITH?

CARE AND MAINTENANCE

Neolith doesn’t need any special care and is very easy to keep clean. General cleaning involves washing with water or a diluted, household detergent such as dishwashing liquid, which is enough to restore the surface to its original condition.

Be careful when choosing the cleaning agent to use, as in the majority of cases damage to the surface is caused by using cleaning products that are too strong (high concentrations, hydrochloric acid, etc.). Sometimes using products that are unsuitable for the type of surface, such as cleaning agents with abrasive particles, can alter the appearance of the surface.

Never use an acidic cleaner on Neolith when it has just been laid, because the acid could react with the cement glue, and even damage the joints. It is a good idea to soak the surface with clean water before treating it with any type of chemical.