If you would like to install a new countertop in your bathroom, you should consider a custom quartz bathroom countertop. One way to do this is to hire a fabrication service as they can help you choose the best countertop for you. Below are the steps they will take to ensure you are pleased with your new countertop. You will also find information on how to care for your new quartz countertop.
Select the Countertop
The fabricator will ask you to select the color of the quartz and how thick you would like it to be for your bathroom. They will come to your home and measure your bathroom to determine the size you need. Once they do this you then select the type of slab you would like, including the color, veining, and shading. There are many colors and patterns available.
The slab will be tested to ensure it is durable and strong. This will ensure the quartz slab will last a long time in your bathroom. This will also ensure you are pleased with the finished product as this can be costly.
Your quartz countertop will be made before the contractor starts the fabrication process. The contractor will help you make all the decisions to make things much easier for you. The slab is then inspected to look for flaws, such as scratches, fissures, and other types of blemishes. They will also inspect the seams to ensure they are in good condition. They then lay out the slab and cut it into the size and thickness you chose. They use special equipment to make these cuts, so they are completely straight every time.
The contractor uses a grit polish to smooth the surface of the quartz countertop. A sealer is applied to the countertop to protect it. The contractor will then come to your home and install your new bathroom quartz countertop.
Caring for the Custom Quartz Bathroom Countertop
The main thing you must do is keep the countertop clean. Fill a spray bottle with warm water and add a few teaspoons of liquid dish soap to it. Shake the spray bottle to mix the soap and water. Spray the soap mixture on the countertop and use a cloth to clean it. A microfiber cloth works well to do this. Use a dry cloth when you are finished to remove any residue that may be left behind. Never use any harsh cleaners or rough cloths to clean your countertop.
If you spill anything on the countertop, such as cosmetics, liquid hand soap, etc., wipe these things off as soon as you can. This will prevent your countertop from getting discolored.
Contact a company such as Strong Granite & Cabinets to find out more.