Marble is the natural product. There has no the same marble and every piece’s color and texture are different. Even the same quarry stone, it cannot promise the same color and texture between two parts. The unique texture and color is the key value of a marble as it has stronger decorated effect and art appeal. About all, our product will have the color different after tiling and we suggest previewing once time before tiling in order to reduce the color different.
All of our product got 3C certification and Radioactive standard certification After inspected by Bureau of quality and technical supervision.

Granite tile is available in a range of surface finishes. The most popular finishes include polished (shiny), honed (matte), and flamed (rough surface texture). A different type of finish on the same stone can alter the color. A polished surface is shiny, sometimes reflective, and typically gives the stone a darker tone compared to a flamed finish.

Granite is a natural stone product. Consider the finish of the granite tile for the location. A polished granite stone can be slippery when wet

Granite is highly resistant to scratching, cracking and staining, and is impervious to heat. Daily kitchen activities pose no problem and it can take a hot pot without the use of a trivet. This makes granite an ideal choice for countertops.

Only if you want to ruin your good knives! Granite is harder than your knife blades and will dull them very quickly if you use the countertop as a cutting surface. Always cut and chop on a wooden or plastic cutting board.
In general, no. All stone, however, is porous to some extent, but granite has very little porosity. A few colors may absorb some moisture with prolonged contact compared to others. For example, a puddle of water left on the counter, for some colors, may show a dark spot when the water is wiped away. Usually, no evidence remains once the liquid is removed and the granite dries. A stone sealer is highly recommended for all granite after installation. Some stones are more porous than others, so it is important to use a penetrating sealer to prevent stains from oil, wine or other liquids from soaking into the surface.

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