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FAQ

Why is granite good for kitchen counters?
Granite is highly resistant to scratching, cracking and staining, and is impervious to heat. Daily kitchen activities pose no problem and it can take a hot pot without the use of a trivet. This makes granite an ideal choice for countertops. But we still recommend the use of a cutting board.
Aren't Granite counters expensive?
If you compare granite to other hard surface materials it is not expensive and the beauty will last forever. Also resale value will grow with time.
Can I use marble on my kitchen counters?
Yes, but be aware marble is calcium carbonate, and its polished surface is more vulnerable to household acids including vinegar, mustard etc. Additionally, marble can be scratched more easily than harder stones such as granite.
What’s the best way to clean marble and other stones?
Please visit our Care & Maintenance section.
How durable is Caesarstone?
Caesarstone is resistant to cracks, scratches and stains. However, like most materials, excessive force and/or pressure from objects can damage the surface.
Do I need to apply a sealer to Caesarstone?
No. Caesarstone is a non-porous surface, so you will never have to apply sealer to any Caesarstone surface.
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