For those of you who are not the slightest bit familiar with the title above, the kitchen countertops Corian is the brand name of a solid surface material which was created by the company DuPont. As obviously suggested by the name alone, the kitchen countertops Corian is primarily used as a countertop or a benchtop surface. Normally, they are composed of acrylic polymer and alumina trihydrate, a material which is derived from bauxite ore. We have decided to make a separate post for this particular type and brand of countertops because we deem that the kitchen countertop Corian definitely has a winning point compared to the others.
One of the pros of the kitchen countertop Corian is that it is nothing like other natural stone. The kitchen countertop Corian never requires sealing. However, with such advantage, there is also a disadvantage that comes with it. These kitchen countertop Corian is pretty much vulnerable to excessive heats, so we would not recommend you to place a hot pot directly on Corian surfaces. Even though the kitchen countertop Corian is a solid and durable surface, it would still be damaged if it is in contact with temperatures up to 100ºC.
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