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Gneiss Tiles & Slabs

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Gneiss is a high grade metamorphic rock, meaning that it has been subjected to higher temperatures and pressures than schist. It is formed by the metamorphosis of granite, or sedimentary rock. In Stonecontact.com you can find all kinds of Gneiss stone slabs and tiles in various sizes at the best prices and directly from the quarry owners, factories, wholesalers.

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How can we tell gneiss from granite?

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The difference between granite and gneiss is in their overall texture and movement. Granite is evenly speckled. It formed from liquid magma that cooled and crystallized. Granite is like rocky road ice cream- a solidified conglomeration of different ingredients

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Why is gneiss used for gravestones?

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Gneiss is very thick density (2.6-2.9) and has varying hardness because it can be composed of a variety of minerals. Gneiss is quarried for use as building stone and monuments. It is commonly used as a dimension stone for building facing stones and paving as well as for gravestones and work surfaces such as counters.

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How do you clean gneiss floors?

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In addition to impregnation, with regular cleaning of the pavement, light dirt is removed mainly from dust, but also from tiny particles of household waste from the environment. And exterior gneiss flooring can be easily kept clean by regular washing with water. For impregnation it is good to trust specialists.

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