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The highly noted favourable feature of Sintered stone is its poor porosity: this makes it resistant to staining and easy to clean and maintain.
Aesthetically, Sintered stone is in line with marble: thanks to current technological developments, it is possible to obtain high-quality results that reinterpret the more complex veins of rare and sought-after marbles and guarantee better tone stability. One can create magnificent floors with marble effect mirror-polished Sintered stone, providing elegance and brightness to any room.
The lightness of Sintered stone also facilitates its processing and cutting and installation. Finally, choosing Sintered stone over marble turns out to be a more ecological solution: the Sintered stone has a more sustainable life cycle than its "natural equivalent".