Views:17 Author: Xiamen Yeyang Stone Group Publish Time: 2020-09-09 Origin: Xiamen Yeyang Stone Group
Causes of blackening and yellowing of quartz stone joints and repairing measures
In addition to being beautiful and durable, the biggest advantage of quartz stone is environmental protection. Now that people's material living standards have improved, they pay more attention to environmental protection. Compared with ordinary building materials full of formaldehyde, new artificial stones formed by die-casting are rapidly occupying the market of other decorative materials. Because the production process is different from other artificial stone products, it is called quartz stone by quartz stone manufacturers. The emergence of quartz stone can avoid over-exploitation of natural stone, and can also absorb some discarded materials. Although the price of quartz stone is relatively high, the decorative effect is also higher than other stones, and there is no color difference when used in large areas.
Quartz stone is gradually entering individual households and becoming a leader in cabinet countertop materials. Up to now, the well-known quartz stone products are cabinet countertops, but many problems also occur on cabinet countertops, such as the black stitching that bothers you the most.
Is often installed on the countertop, after a period of use, the splicing seams will gradually become obvious. The reason for the blackening is that excessive addition of the glue curing agent will cause the glue to turn black; in addition, the glue will be oxidized in the air for a long time to cause blackening. Most glues will have this situation, the difference is only the length of time and the degree of color. This is the reason why the quartz stone manufacturer will equip special glue! The other is that the processing master is not strict in the production and installation of the countertop, the gap is too large, and the color bleeding for a long time causes the countertop to turn yellow during use. Blackened.
The repair method can be polished with a polisher, waxed after polishing and sprayed with varnish or brightener, but this method cannot be eradicated, and waxing should be performed regularly. The other is to find professionals for re-splicing.