Easy to Clean
Cleaning epoxy countertops are easy. Cleaning your epoxy worktops is as simple as using a damp cloth and a mild detergent, such as dishwashing liquid. Avoid using putty knives to pry food off the surface.
Additionally, harsh cleaners and bleach should be avoided because they can harm the epoxy countertops' finish. Instead of using a scraper, use a steam cleaner to remove food that has become entrenched on your epoxy worktops.
It may be used with practically any cleaning chemical without harming the epoxy, ensuring that you have a safe place to cook your meals. The non-porous surface is also antibacterial and antifungal.Heat Resistant
Epoxy countertops are heat resistant; however, they are not heatproof. You should avoid setting hot pots and pans directly on the epoxy surface of the countertop. If you do, the heat could damage the countertop.
In addition to appliances that produce heat, like slow cookers, pressure cookers, countertop ovens
, and fryers, you should not place other appliances directly on the countertop. Use a hot pad or a trivet to protect the surface of the countertop.
It's possible to put a hot
dish on the surface without harming your countertop. Keep in mind that if you leave a heated baking dish or a hot coffee carafe on top of epoxy, it will damage the surface over time.Unlimited Design Options
Epoxy countertops are formed by combining resin with a hardener to make a long-lasting tabletop.
Pigments are added to the epoxy when it is combined with hardeners.
Epoxy countertops may be produced to look like natural stones at a fraction of the cost, and they can even duplicate real stones. Epoxy countertops are the answer for individuals who want the look of natural stone without having to worry about upkeep and maintenance.No Need for Maintenance
Epoxy countertops, unlike natural stone countertops, do not require sealing. Because epoxy countertops are rarely damaged, they allow you to enjoy a virtually maintenance-free work surface.
Your epoxy countertop will last a long time if properly maintained and looks great for many years. All you need is a damp cloth to keep your epoxy countertops looking beautiful. Unlike natrual stone, there is no need to seal epoxy countertops.