Ever think of replacing your old kitchen counters with new ones? The good news is that your choices of kitchen countertops material are not just wood or plastic laminated alone.
These days, there are many types of kitchen countertops materials available. It ranges from acrylic sheets and natural stone to tinted concrete and quartz composites.
In this video, you will learn and understand what are the best materials for kitchen countertops. So without further ado, let’s get started.
It’s a high-end natural stone that usually comes with fewer color patterns than granite. It also has soft and porous, that’s why it’s not as stain resistant as granite.
Once you found inexpensive, high-end kitchens, granite would be more common these days because of its natural-stone material for countertops. They are usually sold through the local fabricators, and they are commonly available at any home-improvement kitchen and store.
Slate and Soapstone
These usually come in fewer colors than the granite and it’s usually dark and greenish-black. Even if lighter green-gray slabs are common. The soapstone is also porous and should be sealed with mineral oil just to lessen the staining while the slate is nonporous and maintenance-free. The slate also has that soft-matte sheen, but you may come up with a “wet” look just by rubbing the surface with lemon oil.