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Soapstone Tiles & Slabs

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If you are looking for a beautiful, durable, naturally non-porous countertop that requires no maintenance? Here is Soapstone! Soapstone is timelessly elegant, easily cleaned with soap and water, does not stain and is unaffected by chemicals, acids or heat. Soapstone is regularly chosen for scientific laboratories because of its durability and non-porous nature. Stonecontact.com brings together worldwide soapstone slab and tile suppliers, factory owners. Browse our soapstone suppliers and start designing your projects.

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Is Soapstone expensive?

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Soapstone costs pretty much $70 to $130 per square foot installed, making it expensive than many other natural stone countertop materials. The material typically costs in the range of $40 to $100 per square foot installed.

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How much does a slab of soapstone cost?

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Raw soapstone slabs range in price from $45 to $85 per square foot(US market), depending on where the stone was quarried and its talc content (lower talc content—and a harder surface—is usually more expensive).

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Is soapstone cheaper than granite?

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Soapstone costs roughly $70 to $120 per square foot installed, making it pricier than many other natural stone countertop materials. Also a high-quality natural stone, granite will not cost you as much soapstone. If you are looking for which stone is easier on your budget, granite is your better choice.

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Does soapstone stain easily?

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Soapstone is a non-porous natural stone. As such, you will not have to worry about liquids sipping into the stone and staining it. This is unlike granite and marble. Porosity is an important factor when choosing your countertop material. Soapstone countertops do not stain.

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Does soapstone scratch easily?

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Soapstone, being softer than granite and marble, is also more prone to scratches. The great advantage is that any scratches can be easily removed with a light sanding and/or mineral oil. Light scratches can be hidden by lightly applying some mineral oil.

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