Alabaster White Specifications and Applications
Alabaster White is an affordable white quartz that can create a marble-like feeling in different parts of your home. Thanks to its strong and highly compact structure, Alabaster White ensures excellent durability with outstanding performance without any issues. The high-quality resin additives and natural quartz stones make it nonporous. This means the slabs are resistant to bacteria buildup.
MSI, the manufacturer of Alabaster White Quartz, supplies its products to many retailers all around the world. You can find Alabaster White slabs in 2 cm and 3 cm thickness options for different surface applications. This quartz stone is only available in a polished finish. The polished finish makes the stone more appealing to those who love the elegance of a translucent Alabaster marble.
What Are Some Inspiration Ideas With Alabaster White Quartz?
Alabaster White Quartz is a brilliant quartz stone allowing homeowners to benefit from its excellence in various settings throughout the home. Here are some of the most popular application ideas for Alabaster White Quartz:
- Kitchen backsplash
- Bathroom flooring
- Kitchen countertop
- Bathroom vanity top
- Waterfall island
- Accent walls
- Outdoor kitchen worktop
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Why Should You Choose Alabaster White?
Inspired by the real Alabaster Marble, Alabaster Quartz is now offered by MSI. Quartz stones are much harder and stronger than natural marble, but the prices are usually more reasonable. The special resin additives make quartz slabs incredibly strong and nonporous, which promises extended durability even for heavy-traffic surfaces such as kitchen countertops.
The nonporous technology used on the surface makes the Alabaster White Quartz resistant to spills and stains. The protective shield blocks the surface from bacteria so it cannot penetrate the inner structure of the stone, nor can bacteria grow on the surface. Therefore, this premium surface technology provides a healthy space with easy cleaning and longer durability.
As for decorative versatility, MSI Alabaster White pairs well with a wide range of styles as do other engineered stones. Thanks to its subtle gray veins and smooth feeling, homeowners can integrate this beautiful quartz stone into their modern or traditional interior designs. In addition to their functional and aesthetic advantages, Alabaster White Quartz countertops are ideal due to their low maintenance requirement, too.
Considering all these advantages, MSI Alabaster White is a good choice appealing to many people for various reasons.
How to Take Care of Alabaster White?
MSI Alabaster White Quartz is a good choice for those looking for a low-maintenance stone for many places in their homes. First of all, MSI Alabaster White Quartz countertops don’t require sealing, so you can start using them right after installation. Its hard and non-porous surface makes Alabaster White Quartz more practical than natural stones in terms of maintenance.
Alabaster White Quartz countertops are also easy to clean. Unlike natural stones, quartz surfaces don’t need special cleaning agents. You can give it a decent cleaning by using only a small amount of water and wiping the area with a soft sponge. Rubbing the surface gently will help your countertop preserve its brilliance for a longer time. If the stain is harder to get rid of, you can apply a bit of dish soap, but you should avoid using cleaners containing harsh chemicals.
Alabaster White Quartz Price
Alabaster White Quartz is an affordable quartz countertop material that can give you the luxurious feeling of Alabaster marble. The cost of an Alabaster Quartz slab can be slightly above the mid-range natural stones, but considering its sophisticated beauty and outstanding practicality, Alabaster White Quartz is worth it. Note that the exact price is subject to change depending on your location and the technical specifications of the stone.
MSI Alabaster White Quartz is a charming engineered stone manufactured by processing natural quartz crystals in high-tech industrial procedures. Here are some common questions with brief answers about this beautiful stone.