In-home decoration, people are not only pursuing external beauty but also demanding environmental protection performance of decorative materials. As we all know, the price of current decorative materials is very high relative to environmentally friendly materials. It usually takes half a year to move in after renovation, which is people’s worries about harmful substances in the renovation. For ordinary home decoration, because of the problem of decoration budget, the requirements for environmental protection are often ignored. Quartz stone is widely recognized as a green decorative stone. However, there will be some problems. Many people leave a message to the editor asking about the reason for the deformation of the quartz stone countertop. Let me list the reasons for the deformation and warping of the quartz stone countertops!
The raw materials of quartz stone plates are made by curing more than 90% quartz sand, 7% resin, and other binders through a vacuum, high pressure, and furnace. Therefore, the higher the amount of resin, the worse the quality of the quartz stone, the easier it is to deform and the less resistant to scratching. To reduce the possibility of deformation, first of all, only reduce the resin content, choose higher pressure machinery and equipment, choose higher density quartz sand, and appropriately increase the pressure during molding to improve the compactness. This is related to the production of quartz stone manufacturers. Furthermore, there are loopholes left in the processing and installation, and there is the possibility of deformation and uplifting when connecting with the cabinet without a pad or pad.
Also, many people now choose to make their own cabinets. The countertops use quartz stone, and the bonding method will also use cement for pasting. This bonding method often separates the cement and the quartz stone over a period of time. This is because cement is CaCO3, an alkaline oxide, which can react with acid, and the raw material of quartz stone contains acid resin. The reduction in the cement reacts with the acid in the resin. If you choose self-made cabinet countertops, you can use black cement to paste.