We have begun our search for granite and have visited a number of granite yards. In most of the granite yards we visited, we noticed that a number of the slabs were resined. In the last granite yard we went to, the salesperson said that none of her slabs were resined. She said that resining was used to cover flaws in the granite and her stones are a "what you see is what you get" sort of thing.
Is resined granite inferior to non-resined?
I am looking at white granites and so I thought, perhaps mistakenly, that resining was the way to go, but now I am just more confused than ever!