Thank you for tip about Ceasarstone

sjhockeyfan325January 15, 2014

We went to the fabricator this morning to approve our slabs (Organic White) and see the layout of the templates. Had I not read it on GW, I never would have known that even man-made quartz such as Ceasarstone could have noticeable defects/inclusions. One of our two slabs of white had a prominent black dot! Fortunately, it was easy to work around it, so it won't set us back any, and I do think the fabricator would have avoided the dot whether or not we had seen the slabs, but I'm just glad to know our 10' island will be all-white, and not all-white-with-a-dime-size-black-dot!

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may_flowers

Glad you were able to benefit from our experiences! I had a problem with Ceasarstone Buttermilk with white thumb-print sized blotches. But a dime sized black dot on white? Wow!

    Bookmark   January 15, 2014 at 2:17PM
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sjhockeyfan325

I might have exaggerated just a little :-) More like half-a-dime size! But still....

    Bookmark   January 15, 2014 at 3:01PM
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