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Green Commercial Counters in Pakistan

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What’s the first thing people see when they walk into a office building or restaurant or a bank? What impression would you prefer to leave in the minds of these first-time visitors? Having a well-designed lobby and a natural stone commercial counter is only the first step in creating a lasting impression for future visitors or potential customers. The materials used, such as custom granite, marble, onyx or exotic quartzite reception counters, bar tops, desk tops are just as important to take into consideration.

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Is marble good for commercial countertop use?

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When it comes to space for commercial use, marble stands out from the competition, primarily due to the high price and softness of the material and easy moisture absorption. As such, it is demanding to maintain and therefore unsuitable for commercial use.

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Can granite be used in commercial kitchen?

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Granite countertops can provide the elegance and utility to your commercial kitchen. This countertop surface has scintillating shine and ability to bear scratches, heat and load. You can count on granite if you want a heavy-duty yet low-maintenance countertop surface.

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What are commercial kitchen counters made of?

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Surfaces like granite, marble, slate, natural stone tile, and even concrete are versatile, beautiful, and durable materials. Quartz especially is known for its strength and low-maintenance characteristics. The material is scratch and stain-resistant, making them an best choice for a commercial kitchen.

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Is onyx a good material for a bar counter?

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Onyx isn't a good option for most over-the-counter, but it does make for a beautiful backsplash. Its beauty and translucency make it attractive, but still impractical. Onyx is also quite brittle and easily crumbles and cracks. But don't give up, you can very well use translucent artificial onyx instead of natural onyx in heavily used commercial counters or bar tops.

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Is leathered granite more expensive than polished for commercial counters?

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Polished granite tends to be less expensive than leathered granite as it is popular and usually readily available. It is more likely to be in stock from suppliers, which makes it less expensive than a leathered granite.

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Does alcohol, wine, beer, cocktails, soft drinks harm marble/granite bar tops?

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Alcohol is relatively neutral in pH, so it won't etch marble or softer granites. However, we recommend that you immediately clean the drinks with a soft cloth whenever they touch the counter. Otherwise, it may stain.

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How do I get wine stains out of marble countertops?

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A marble stain happens when wine has the chance to absorb into the stone countertops. We suggest you start by blotting up any excess red wine and use cool, clean water to remove the red wine residue. Next, use a mixture of three parts baking soda to one part water to form a paste.

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