Labrador blue pearl is a kind of blue granite quarried in Norway.
Blue pearl granite
Xiamen Stone Forest Co.Ltd,
Wooden packing only, Wooden packing with foams and cartons
Place of departure
Labrador blue pearl
Polished, flamed, honed, sandblasted, bush hammered, antique, leather etc.
2400up x 1400up x 20/30mm etc.
94 1/2" x 55" x 3/4" or 1 1/4" etc.
2400up x 600/700/800mm x 20/30mm etc
94 1/2" x 24" or 27 1/2" or 31 1/2" x 3/4" or 1/1/4"
Big/ small slab
Strong wooden bundle outside with fumigation
About 15 days after receiving 30% advance payment
After the products are finished, the QC will inspect the length, thickness, glossiness, flatness, edge finish and everything piece by piece according to the order list.
Packing & Container Loading
We use strong wooden crates with reinforced straps. Sometimes, it will also use cartons inside for some products. After the products are packed well, professional workers will load them and fixed them carefully into the container.
1. Can you use Clorox wipes on granite?
Clorox, whether it is Clorox wipes or the Multi-Purpose cleaning fluid, is not safe to use for cleaning and disinfecting your granite. ... The wipes are also a cleaner you should stay away from, as they contain citric acid that can cause your sealant to wear down.
2. Which is better for bathroom tiles or marble?
Since they are available in various anti-slip or slip-resistant finishes, vitrified tiles are good for bathrooms and kitchens as well. Marble flooring is the best choice for indoor areas like foyers, halls and bedrooms. Polished marble surfaces also tend to be slippery when used in bathrooms