Yellow River Granite Slab Countertop Golden River Granite
Countertops Prices Traditional Bathroom
|Product Name||Yellow River Granite Slab Countertop Golden River Granite
Countertops Prices Traditional Bathroom|
2400(up)x1200(up)mm thickness of 15mm/18mm/20mm/25mm/30mm, etc.
|Usage||Wall tiles, floor tiles, kitchen countertop, vanity top, table top,|
|Package||Strongly seaworthy fumigathed export standard wooden crate or as
|Sample||Free sample is available|
|Delivery time||Around 15-20days received your despoit|
Yellow River granite is an exquisite durable granite from Brazil of
browns, yellows, golds and dark grays. It is available in both
tiles and slabs and is recommended for a variety of indoor and
outdoor projects including commercial flooring, countertops, walls,
River Yellow Granite
Golden River Granite
Brazilian Material Yellow River Granite Price
2.Major in countertop
|Tile||Slab||Kitchen Countertop||Vanity Top|
(305X305 or 300X300)
(610X305 or 600X300)
(610X610 or 600X600)
|According to your request||As per your drawing|
Thickness: 10mm; 12mm; 15mm; 18mm; 20mm; 25mm; 30mm; 35mm; 40mm;
45mm; 50mm; etc.
What is Granite?
Solid, durable, natural, warm and beautiful are just a few words
about granite countertops that describe its uniqueness. Granite is
an igneous rock that is formed under the earth’s surface from its
magma, which is composed of a variety of minerals such as: quartz,
feldspar, and mica.
Granite is available in a variety of colors that include black, red
and yellow depending on where it was formed. There are also
different types of finishes that help to create unique slabs of
granite that are ideal for distinctive and unique countertop
Granite is the second hardest natural stone when it is compared to
the diamond. It is more than strong enough for everyday use which
is just one of the reasons it is an optimal material for
How do I BEST Maintain good quality ?
Once granite is originally sealed, it is quite easy to maintain.
The first sealing of granite is one of the most important because
granite is naturally porous and will stain very easily without it.
After you seal your countertop, your granite is protected and is
now ready for use. Remember that it is imperative that you reseal
your granite counters at minimum once per year. This can be done
either on your own or can be done by a professional. Either way it
will help to ensure that your granite countertops remain stain
free. If there is a spill, make sure to clean it up before the
stain gets a chance to seep into the surface. Because of its porous
nature, granite is somewhat absorbent and even when sealed can
still absorb stains if spills are left untouched for any extended
period of time.
Generally, you are able to clean your granite countertop using just
a soft clean cloth alongside a neutral cleaner. You should
definitely consider the use of a disinfectant type cleaner that is
specially designed for granite. The use of regular cleaning
products on your countertop should absolutely be avoided at all
costs. These chemicals will take the seal right off and leave
behind it the vulnerable and porous surface of the natural granite
stone unprotected and exposed.We encourage you to call your stone
dealer with any questions or about countertop maintenance, care or
Feel free to contact me if you need further information.