Everyone should not be unfamiliar with quartz-stone countertops. It is a countertop made of quartz stone, which is called a quartz stone countertop. Our common quartz stone countertops are cabinet countertops, laboratory countertops, window sills, and hand washers because quartz stone is wear-resistant, scratch-resistant, high-temperature resistant, corrosion-resistant, penetration-resistant, non-toxic, non-radiative and zero formaldehyde, and can be food-grade environmentally friendly Mesa and other characteristics, quartz stone is favored by mesa.
Quartz products reach the end customers, and intermediate processing steps are required. Quartz manufacturers only produce quartz plates, not countertop products. Countertop processing is divided into in-plant processing and on-site processing, and our biggest headache is on-site processing. According to customer requirements, the opening of the countertop needs to be completed on-site using a hand-held cutting machine. A large amount of dust will be generated in this process, which will cause great trouble for our later cleaning.
Let’s take a look at what harm the dust will bring to us. Short-term exposure to dust will cause local irritation and subsequent lesions on the skin, cornea, mucous membrane, etc., forming folliculitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, trachea, and bronchitis, atrophic rhinitis, etc. Directly harms parts of the body. How to reduce and clean up dust? First of all, protective measures should be taken before cutting, as far as possible to cover the cover, such as range hoods, hanging cabinets, etc. To clean up the dust, use a watering can to spray the water, and then wipe it with a damp cloth and wet water.