Quartz Stain Resistance

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Test Result
Acetic acid (aqueous solution 10%) no visible effect
Acetone no visible effect
Ammonia (aqueous solution 10%) no visible effect
Red Wine no visible effect
Citric Acid (aqueous solution 10%) no visible effect
Detergent solution no visible effect
Coffee (at 80 C) no visible effect
Cloramine T (aqueous solution 2.5%) no visible effect
Permanent Marker (Paper mate) stain
Ethanol (aqueous solution 48%) no visible effect
Ethyl-butyl acetate (1:1) no visible effect
Olive Oil no visible effect
Coke no visible effect
Sodium carbonate (aqueous solution 10%) no visible effect
Sodium chloride (aqueous solution 10%) no visible effect
Tea (1t 80C) no visible effect
Condensed Milk no visible effect
Lager Beer no visible effect
The inert properties of its natural components (quartz, silica, granite) along with the fabrication process make polished Diamastone, Stone Italiana and Quarella Quartz Surfaces resistant to stains.

Common spills stay on the surface due to the low water absorption rate and leave no trace on the surface.

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