Porcelain is a high-performance surface, developed to withstand the tests of time. An ultra-strong resistance to wear and tear, scratch and heat make it an incredibly durable material for kitchen countertops, offering durability, great beauty and versatility. Porcelain worktops are sustainable, man-made alternatives to natural stone with added strengths to help them withstand demanding use. It’s ability to withstand ultra-violet rays also makes it resistant to colour and texture changes and the added feature of impact resistance makes porcelain surface extremely hard wearing against knocks and damages from everyday objects and utensils.

Porcelain surfaces are non-porous, which means they do not absorb liquids or bacteria. This makes them extremely hygienic and easy to clean – perfect for food preparation and other kitchen applications. They are also resistant to most chemicals and are not affected by acidic or alkaline substances, which makes them perfect for use in any kitchen.

Stylish,  beautiful and versatile, porcelain counter tops are excellent choice – combining strength and resistance with  striking aesthetics and unique look that complements you kitchen décor.


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It is advisable that Porcelain surfaces are regularly cleaned with soapy water or mild detergent and a soft sponge or cloth. Then surface should be rinsed with clean water and polished with a soft cloth for a nice and shiny look.

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Cleaning detergents containing bleach , chlorine, hard chemicles, acids, alkalis or concentrated disinfectants could cause damage and should not be used on Porcelain surfaces. If any of these come into contact with the stone, they have to be cleaned/ rinsed off immediately, in order to avoid potential  damage and discolouration.

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Standing and sitting as well as putting pressure / heavy weights on the worktop surface can cause damage and should be avoided at all times. Extra caution must be taken with the areas , where the joints and cut outs are positioned ( around the sink, hob, etc)


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