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Stevie

My Cambria quartz is not white but light in shades of color. Absolutely no staining and it is almost 3 years. Maybe there is a quality difference in the quartz products.

   
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Esme Smith

Great article Michelle Jeresek! Quartz is one of the most popular selections for both residential and commercial countertops surfaces. Quartz comes in a wide range of colors, including fire-engine red and apple green, as well as earthy browns, blacks, and creams. Quartz is easy to care and requires little maintenance.

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lesliewspencer

Has anyone used Aurea Stone quartz? We are looking specifically at Paragon for our kitchen. It is very expensive so wanted to get some opinions. Thanks


   

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