· Quartz is a manufactured product that can be a beautiful addition to your space. Because it is a manufactured product, you can purchase it in virtually any color you desire, as well as being designed to mimic the look of natural stones. In fact, it is available in more colors than natural stones such as granite or marble.
· Quartz is just as durable as concrete or granite countertops, but can take more usage. For example, a quartz bathroom vanity can stand up to drop items, so you don't have to be concerned about chips or cracks.
· Quartz is extremely non-porous so stains like juice, wine, oil, tomato, coffee, makeup or other products will not stain the surface.
· Not only are stains uncommon, but quartz is also bacteria and virus resistant.
· Unlike granite countertops, it is not necessary to seal and then reseal quartz countertops.
· Quartz is available in pre-made vanity top configurations.
The Cons of Quartz Bathroom Vanities
· Quartz countertops are not something for the average DIYer to tackle. The installation process requires specific tools and knowledge so it will be necessary bring in a professional.
· Though resistant to stains and bacteria, quartz is not as resistant to heat as other countertop choices, so if you use heat-based hair styling items, you will want to have a cooling pad on which to place these items upon completing your look.
· Quartz can be damaged by highly alkaline or acidic chemicals such as drain cleaner, as well as solvents such as bleach and abrasive cleaners. Also, you will not want to use abrasive cleaners on your quartz bathroom vanity top as that can result in dulling its beautiful, shiny finish.