Get the Perfect Calacatta White Quartz PMC1978 from PANMIN for Your Home

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When it comes to choosing a quartz countertop, there are many things to consider. Color, pattern, and durability are all important factors. But for many homeowners, the most important factor is finding a quartz that perfectly replicates the look of natural stone. That's where PANMINQUARTZ® PMC1978 comes in. This beautiful white Calacatta quartz features all the markings of classic Calacatta marble, from delicate veining to soft black and brown streaks. But unlike natural stone, PANMINQUARTZ® PMC1978 is extremely durable and easy to care for. It's also more affordable than many other high-end materials, making it the perfect choice for budget-conscious homeowners. So if you're looking for a quartz countertop that has the classic look of Calacatta marble without the high price tag, PANMINQUARTZ® PMC1978 is the perfect option.

Reasons of Choosing Calacatta Quartz PMC1978

Calacatta quartz PMC1978 is a beautiful, bright white material that resembles marble. It's one of the most popular choices for kitchen and bathroom countertops as well as backsplashes or flooring because it can be used in all these spaces without fear about staining anything with its durability being so great! The unique pattern on PMC1978 also makes them stand out from other stones making this an excellent addition to any home décor collection.

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Resistant to Dirt and Easy to Clean

People often think that white or light-colored items are not resistant to dirt, but this is actually a misunderstanding. What we really mean is that the dirt is not easily visible on these surfaces. In other words, if you don't clean a white countertop for a long time, the dirt will eventually become apparent. However, if you spill something on a white quartz countertop, it will be much easier to clean up than if you had spilled it on a dark-colored countertop. This is because quartz is a non-porous material, meaning that it doesn't absorb spills and splashes like other materials can. As a result, any dirt or grime that does manage to get on the countertop can be easily wiped away without leaving behind any stains. So next time you're looking for a new countertop, don't worry about choosing a light color - quartz will resist dirt just as well as any other color.

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PANMINQUARTZ® PMC1978: The Care and Maintenance You Need

White quartz is a beautiful and popular choice for kitchen worktops because it is durable, heat and scratch resistant, and easy to keep clean. However, like any material, it does require some care and maintenance to keep it looking its best. Here are some tips on how to care for your white quartz worktop:

-Wipe up spills immediately with a soft cloth. This will help to prevent stains from setting in.
-Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaning products. These can damage the finish of the quartz. Instead, use mild soaps and cleaners.
-Use a cutting board when preparing food. Cutting directly on the quartz can damage the surface.
-To remove stubborn stains, use common, household cleaning products such as vinegar or baking soda. Apply the cleaner to a soft cloth and rub gently in a circular motion until the stain is removed. If necessary, you can also use a non-abrasive scrub pad to assist with removal.

Click the link for more information about Care & Maintenances Guidelines.

Contact Us to Get Pricing on the White Quartz PMC1978

The PANMINQUARTZ® PMC1978 is a luxurious white quartz that instantly adds class and elegance to any space. The flowing veins of black and brown are stunning against the crisp white background, making it the perfect choice for countertops and kitchen worktops. The quartz is also highly resistant to staining and scratching, so you can enjoy its beauty for years to come. With its sleek finish and sophisticated design, the PANMINQUARTZ® PMC1978 is sure to elevate any home or office. We provide custom quotes for any size project. Contact us today!

About Panmin

PANMIN is an innovative manufacturer of artificial quartz slabs. PANMINQUARTZ® is man-made quartz surfaces from PANMIN, which can be applied in residential and commercial interior decoration including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and office table. 

Currently, we have three factories, two in China and one in Cambodia to provide sufficient services to our customers.

For more information about PANMIN, please refer to our contact page and we should get back to you ASAP.

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