What worktop material is the easiest to look after?
When you’re thinking about planning a new fitted kitchens Bury, or you might just be renovating your current one, there’s a lot to take in and try to get done. Sometimes some of the most important parts of the kitchen can be overlooked and we find that happens with your worktops and the material and finish of them. Your worktops need to be functional as well as having a nice visual appeal that flows well with the rest of the kitchen design.
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Here’s a quick insight into the maintenance and needs of our most popular fitted kitchen worktop material choices.
This type of worktop is probably one of the easiest to clean and maintain. However, you need to be aware that they can get scratched and stained if you’re not careful.
- Real wood
Solid wood or anything with a real wood topper will need to be oiled on a regular basis. The oil is there to prevent any moisture getting into the wood itself and spoiling the finish of your worktops. If you do gets some wear and tear damage over time, the good news is that it can be sanded down, although we would advise you to speak to a professional about that.
Granite is an incredibly strong material which means it’s not likely to get damaged however it is very porous! This means you’ll have to get it re-sealed around every 5 years or so to keep it looking its best.
Marble is one of the most luxurious kitchen worktop material choices. Every piece is unique and beautiful as well as being hard wearing and durable. However, if if does get scratched there is no easy way to repair it.
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If you are interested in re-doing your kitchen or you’d like to ask us some questions or for some advice, why not get in touch with our team today?