Porcelain:
Easy to clean
Stain Resistant
No Sealants

Calacutta Gold Accent Wall by Neolith

Porcelain Surfaces

Porcelain countertops are fairly easy to clean, as food scraps and deposited waste cannot penetrate the material, so it guarantees good hygiene. For most cases, only a damp cloth is sufficient for cleaning. Stains created by food and substances generally used in kitchens (e.g. lemon juice, vinegar, olive oil, wine and coffee) are easy to remove.

Another advantage of its production process is that Porcelain slabs are heat resistant. Hot pots or pans do not discolor nor damage the surface.

Special consideration with the ceramic knives: Ceramic knives may scratch porcelain’s surface in every finish, the same way they scratch other surfaces of the same product category and other categories. Cutting boards are recommended.


Dekton

DEKTON is a long-term product for those looking to turn their home into a unique space. It allows greater potential for installation in one piece with no cuts, no joints and no limits. It has the appeal of a completely uniform surface, which fits seamlessly into very different design styles.

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Neolith

Neolith is an architectural surface that has evolved from traditional ceramic. It's the ideal material for any architectural project. The difference between Neolith and traditional ceramics is obvious when you simply compare the characteristics. Although traditional ceramic may have some characteristic in common with Neolith, it definitely doesn’t have all the characteristics inherent to Neolith such as its stain, chemical and heat resistance all in one product.

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