Labrador Antique Granite has a unique compound of clear blue/ purple crystals on brown background coarse grained anorthosite quarried in Norway. It's a durable granite recommended for kitchen counters or bathroom countertops
Labrador antique granite
Polished, flamed,honed, sandblastedetc.
305 x 305mm, 400 x 400mm,610 x 610mm, etc. Thickness 10mm
12" x 12", 16" x 16",18" x18", 24" x24" etc. Thickness 3/8"
300 x 300mm, 300 x 600mm, 400 x 600mm,600 x 600 mm etc. thickness can be customized
12" x12", 12" x24",16" x 24",24" x 24", Thickness 3/5", 3/4", 1 1/4"
Carton inside + wooden crates with reinforced straps outside and fumigation
wooden crates with reinforced straps outside and fumigation
About 25 days after receiving deposit
T/t: 30% deposit, 70% balance against b/l copy receiving
L/C at sight
Professional Inspectionour QC will inspect all the goods' surface finish, thickness, edge finish one piece by one piece.
Packing & Container LoadingTiles are packed with foamed plastic inside, fumigated strong wooden crate.
1.How often should you seal granite?
A properly sealed surface helps to avoid damage. Depending on how often you use the countertops and how light or dark the granite is, you may need to seal it anywhere from every three months to yearly. Consult a trusted countertop company for guidance on how often to seal your countertops.
2.Does granite stain easily?
Granite countertops stain easily.
Granite counters are resistant to stains. Generally, any liquid spilled on a granite top, if wiped up within a few minutes, will not stain. However, even water can soak into a granite countertop and leave a dark colored spot but this will evaporate in minutes.