Why Quartz.

Durable

Durable

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Non-porous

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Eco-friendly

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Stain Resistant

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Heat Resistant

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Scratch Resistant

Frequently Asked Questions.

What is natural quartz?

Quartz is one of the hardest components of natural granite. Quartz rates seven out of 10 on Mohs Scale of Hardness. The only material harder are diamonds, sapphires and topaz. The quartz crystals are used to create a beautiful and strong surface that is highly scratch and impact resistant.

How do I take care of my quartz?

HanStone Quartz needs very simple care – soap and water and a soft cloth to dry.

How do I order?

To locate your closest dealer to view or buy HanStone Quartz, click here.

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Learn more.

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Quartz vs. Granite Countertops

Selecting kitchen countertops can be an overwhelming decision. Let’s face it, countertops are an investment. With so many choices on the market, it can …

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Light Quartz vs. Dark Quartz- What is Right for You ?

Contemplating between light or dark quartz countertops? While there are many factors that play into this decision, we are exploring the major differences between …

Care and Maintenance.

HanStone is is a hard, nonporous, natural quartz surface that makes cleaning quick and easy. With proper care and maintenance, and some industry tips and tricks, hard to clean stains, spills and messes can now be a thing of the past.

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Daily Cleaning

We recommend cleaning your HanStone Quartz daily with soap and water or a rubbing alcohol and water solution.

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Tip:

Always use a non-abrasive cloth when cleaning to avoid dulling your surface.

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Interested in learning more about how Quartz is made? Watch this video.

Find a Dealer.

Looking to purchase HanStone Quartz? Find your local HanStone dealer today.

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