What material is the bathroom cabinet made of?

- Jun 03, 2019-

What material is the bathroom cabinet made of?


1. Ceramics: Ceramics is a kind of goods between metal and glass, which belongs to brittle products. At present, there is no uniform standard for the thickness of ceramics in our country. In order to save cost, most of the businessmen do not meet the safety standards. This leads to the breakage or disconnection of ceramics easily. The broken ceramics have sharp diamond horns, which are easy to scratch the skin and even hurt people. Therefore, caution should be taken in the process of using them. If you have children at home, please don't choose, have heard what the consequences of poor toilet seats are! So better choice of large brand ceramics products, big brand in the quality and service is more secure.


2. Marble: Natural marble is just the opposite of ceramics. It is hard and not brittle, and its thickness is generally over 1.6CM. Marble is rich in color and texture, and can be processed into various shapes. It is the first material of all kinds of high-grade bathroom furniture. The key is that natural marble will not change color. It can keep household goods fresh and permanent, while the color of ceramics will turn yellow and pale after a long time. Marble is sedimentary rock, radiation is very small, marble products in line with national safety standards do not harm the human body; customized bathroom cabinets generally use marble countertops, because marble can be flexibly controlled in size, it fully meets the size requirements of customized bathroom cabinets.


3. Quartz stone: Quartz stone is another kind of affordable and durable mesa material besides artificial stone. The better performance of quartz stone is that it greatly increases the hardness, strength and wear resistance of artificial stone, and is not easy to scratch in the use process. This is very important for the table material. In the use of bathroom cabinets, there will always be cosmetics toothpaste falling on the table, which may infiltrate into the table, leaving an indelible mark. There is no trouble in using quartz tables.