A Solid Choice for a Clean Surface: The Case for Solid Surface

Cleanliness and hygiene are on most everyone’s minds these days, and with safety being so critical in today’s world it’s worth giving thought to the surfacing we specify, buy, use and touch every day. Because of its positive hygienic properties, solid surface is increasingly becoming the choice for healthcare, restaurant and hospitality applications, in addition to both commercial and residential kitchens and baths. Not only is it versatile in its design capabilities, it is nonporous, meaning is stain resistant, easy to clean and does not harbor bacteria, mold or other fungus. It is also scratch- and chemical-resistant, easily renewable/repairable and seamless in nature so it can be installed without crevices that can harbor dirt, germs and other undesirables. As such, if you haven’t considered it for your upcoming projects, then you should probably explore it in greater depth.

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Hyundai L C

Photo Credit: Hyundai L & C; Material used HANEX Solid Surface

Dupont

 Photo Credit: DuPont Design; Material used DuPont Corian

Livingstone

Photo Credit: LivingStone; Material used LivingStone Solid Surface

Aristech Surfaces

Photo Credit: Aristech Surfaces; Material used Avonite Solid Surface

ASST

Photo Credit: ASST; Material used LG HAUSYS HI-MACS


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