Lilac Marble is a type of natural stone that features a lilac or pale purple color with white or gray veining. It is a metamorphic rock that forms when limestone is subjected to high pressure and heat over time, causing its minerals to recrystallize and form a new, harder rock. Lilac Marble is commonly used in interior and exterior applications such as countertops, flooring, wall cladding, and decorative accents. It has a luxurious and elegant look and is often associated with high-end design. Like all natural stones, Lilac Marble is unique and has its own distinct veining and patterns, which means that no two pieces will be exactly alike. This adds to its appeal and makes it a popular choice for those who want to create a one-of-a-kind space.
The Buyer, by the drafted rules of our refund policy, in the case of deciding to return products immediately, that is within any 24 hours, is charged a small admin fee and, is supposed to receive the refund amount within 3 – 10 working days in the buyer’s bank A/c or in the same card.
The case of Refund towards the returning of products, which is after 24 hours before the dispatch of products, will invite the same conditions: application of small admin fee, 3 to 10 working days – as mentioned in the clause above. The said time frame of 3 – 10 working days is from the date of email request towards order cancellation.
In case, the buyer decides to cancel an order after dispatch of products or after delivery, The buyer is obliged to pay the admin fee along with the transport charges for the product return and restocking charges.
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Composition of Marble
It primarily consists of calcite, clay minerals, mica, quartz, pyrite, iron oxides, and graphite in its composition. The recrystallization of calcite in limestone forms a rock with interlocking calcite crystals. A related rock called the dolomite marble is formed when the dolostone is exposed to heat and pressure. Recrystallization of the rock changes the texture of the rock. It is a light coloured rock formed from limestone. There are different types of marble depending on the nature of the impurity. Marble with impurities can appear bluish, gray, pink, yellow, or black in colour. A pure calcite marble is white, whereas hematite is red, one withlimoniteis yellow, and serpentine is green.
Natural characteristics of Marble worktop
Kitchen worktops made out of it are heat resistant; they not only look good but are durable too. It is a porous stone; therefore, proper sealing is recommended to avoid the problem of staining or absorption of liquids on black marble or white marble worktops. The stunning stone is masked by this property although sealers are available to prevent any damage. Natural forces like snow, rain, wind, and pollutants may have an effect on the appearance and reliability of the natural stone. The real marble stone is adored over the engineered stone for the unique pattern and veining for the marble effect are not precisely imitated by man-made slabs.
Maintenance of Marble Worktop
The polish of the surface can be restored and maintained to a substantial degree using polishing powder and buffing pads. Wiping the marble worktops of the natural material with warm water and the pH-neutral solution is a recommended practice to immediately and quickly destain the Kitchen worktops in case of spills of liquids like Red wine, oil, or deeply pigmented food. Avoid chopping on the marble counter and use board especially when dealing with acidic foods like lemon juice which causes etching of the marble slabs.
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