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Quartzite

Quartzite is one of the most physically and aesthetically appealing rocks found on Earth. Quartzite is a non-foliated metamorphic rock that consists mostly of quartz.

Quartzite can be used to cover walls, floors, countertops, fireplace surrounds and other surfaces. It has a range of colors from white to pink to blue.

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Green Quartzite

Green Quartzite is a type of quartzite that has a green color due to the presence of green minerals such as chlorite, epidote, and uvite. Green Quartzite is a hard and durable rock that can be used for various purposes. It can be used as a decorative stone for walls, floors, countertops, and other surfaces.

Green Quartzite is a beautiful and beneficial stone that can add a touch of nature to any space.

Blue Quartzite

Blue Quartzite is a type of quartzite that has a blue color due to the presence of other minerals such as iron oxide. It is also known as Ocean Blue Quartzite or Ocean Tide Quartzite.

It can be used as a countertop, monument, mosaic, wall or floor application, fountain, pool or wall capping, stair, window sill or other design project.

Blue Quartzite is a stunning and elegant stone that can create a striking contrast with other materials.

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Yellow Quartzite

Yellow Quartzite is a type of quartzite that has a yellow color due to the presence of iron or other impurities. Yellow Quartzite is a hard and durable rock that can be used for various purposes.

It can be used as a countertop, monument, mosaic, wall or floor application, fountain, pool or wall capping, stair, window sill or other design project.

Yellow Quartzite is a cheerful and charming stone that can brighten up any space.

Red Quartzite

Red Quartzite is a type of quartzite that has a red color due to the presence of hematite or other minerals.

It can be used as a countertop, monument, mosaic, wall or floor application, fountain, pool or wall capping, stair, window sill or other design project.

Red Quartzite is a bold and beautiful stone that can create a stunning focal point in any space.

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Black Quartzite

Black Quartzite is a type of quartzite that has a black color due to the presence of iron oxide or other minerals.

It can be used as a countertop, monument, mosaic, wall or floor application, fountain, pool or wall capping, stair, window sill or other design project.

Black Quartzite is a modern and elegant stone that can create a striking contrast with other materials.

Quartzite Features

High Hardness

Grade 7 on the Mohs hardness scale, which is much higher than ordinary sandstone.

Corrosion Resistance

Can't be affected by acidic substances at all, and will not be corroded by lemon juice, vinegar or other acidic foods.

High Density

Porosity varies, some varieties are denser and some are relatively more porous.

Various Colors

Colorful stone that ranges from white and gray to pink, red, yellow, green, blue, or orange.

Versatile

Versatile stone that can be used for building, decoration, jewelry, and silica production.

High Quartz Content

High-quartz rock that contains at least 80% to 99% of silica by volume.

Natural metamorphic rock, hard and beautiful, durable and brilliant, ideal for your home decoration. 

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Quartzite FAQs

What is the difference between quartzite and quartz?

Quartzite is a natural metamorphic rock, and quartz is a man-made composite stone.

How to clean and maintain Quartzite countertops?

Quartzite countertops should be wiped regularly with a soft cloth and mild soapy water, avoid harsh cleaners, wipe up spills promptly, and re-wax annually.

What are some popular types of quartzite?

Quartzite comes in many types that vary in color, pattern, origin, and quality. Some of the popular types of quartzite are:
Taj Mahal: A creamy white quartzite with subtle gold veins that originates from Brazil.
Super White: A white or gray quartzite with dark veins that resembles marble but is harder and more durable.
Sea Pearl: A light gray or green quartzite with wavy patterns that resembles the ocean waves.
Macaubas: A blue or gray quartzite with linear veins that creates a striking effect.
Fantasy Brown: A brown or beige quartzite with swirls of white, gray, and pink that creates a dreamy look.

Can quartzite be used outdoors?

Quartzite can be used outdoors as it is resistant to the elements and weathering, and can be used in outdoor kitchens, floors, walls, etc., but still avoid direct sunlight and extreme temperatures that can cause fading or cracking.

How do I choose the right quartzite for my project?

Quartzite comes in various grades, colors, and patterns, so you should consider your design preferences, budget, and maintenance needs when choosing the right quartzite for your project. You should also inspect the slabs in person before purchasing, as the appearance may vary from photos or samples. Look for any cracks, chips, stains, or other defects that may affect the quality or durability of the material.

Is Quartzite suitable for flooring?

Quartzite is an excellent material for flooring as it is highly resistant to abrasion, crushing and slipping. It can also withstand high temperature and high humidity environment, not easy to deform or fade. However, Quartzite also requires care to protect its surface from scratches such as sharp objects or sand, as well as regular cleaning and sealing.

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