Dekton/ Silestone Care
What's the difference?
Dekton and Silestone by Cosentino are among the top-tier of manufactured surfaces, renown for their incredible durability and hardiness which makes them the perfect choice for a dining table that's going to be well-loved.
Dekton is a blended mixture of porcelain, glass and quartz, formed by compression under high heat and pressure.
Silestone, on the other hand is 94% quartz, bonded with resins and other adhesives.
Traditionally used as kitchen worktops, both materials offer remarkable stain, heat and scratch resistance, which is makes it the perfect material for a hardworking dining table!
Both Dekton and Silestone are incredibly stain, heat and scratch resistant.
Simply use a coaster for hot pans/ pots, clean up promptly after meals, and avoid using abrasive or acidic surface cleaners.
Dekton and Silestone do not need to be sealed, so there is no maintenance required.
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