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New Launch: Corian Deep Colour Technology Range

We all know that scratches show up even more on darker surfaces and that's why most of us stick to lighter surfaces. But now you can feel free to indulge in darker solid surface colours without the worry of dealing with scratches later. Corian's Deep Colour Technology Range This newly launched range is a fantastic example of the advancement of colour in solid surfaces. The range gives you many choices of darker colours with the added bonus of the colours being 50% less scratch resistant. You can now enjoy a range that is more durable and darker than ever! View our Gallery of the Deep Colour Technology Corian colour range: [Show slideshow] Contact us for a...

What is Corian? Corian vs Granite?

A question we get asked a lot is: what is Corian and how do you compare it to Granite and other Engineered Stone. If you are not sure yourself, then this blog post will explain it in much more detail. What is Corian? Corian is a solid, non-porous, homogenous surfacing material that can be bent to infin8 shapes through a process called Thermoforming. At Infin8 Surfacing, we can create large designs out of Corian to look like one piece - with inconspicuous joins. Corian vs Granite While Granite has a rich, visual texture, it can be limited when it comes to design flexibility. With Corian, the main benefit is that you can bend and mould it to an infin8 number of shapes. With the same weight and look of granite, Corian also has further benefits: It is non-porous, scratch and heat resistant, appears seamless with no join lines, very hygienic and it can be repaired and re-polished to as good as new. It is warm to the touch and can be thermoformed to any shape, curve or size imaginable. Corian infographic: What is Corian Have a look at this info graphic to discover more about Corian: If you enjoyed this post on what is Corian, make sure to read how to clean Corian in 3 easy...

How to clean Corian in 3 easy steps

When cleaning Corian it responds best to being handled with care to ensure it keeps its beautiful, silky finish. How to clean Corian To ensure your solid surface remains clean and beautiful on a daily basis, it’s best to follow these tips: Wipe up liquids and spills when they occur and always wipe in a circular motion For sinks: Once or twice a week give it a thorough clean with a hard surface cleaner. Spray a combination of ¾ liquid bleach with ¼ water and leave the solution on the surface overnight. In the morning clean it off to reveal a sparkling surface. For worktops and sinks, a damp microfiber cloth combined with household cleaning products should do the job when it comes to everyday stains. When it comes to resistant stains, such as hard water, we recommend applying Viakal gel over the stain, leave for a few minutes and then remove. Alternatively you can use a damp microfiber cloth with a mild abrasive cleaning product. For further information on how to clean Corian, don't hesitate to contact us directly or download a more detailed explanation on how to clean Corian. If you enjoyed this post on how to clean Corian, make sure to read how to get Corian samples on your IPad or...

Get 100 Corian Samples on your iPhone or IPad

Corian is one of the few solid surfaces that offers such a large variety of colours to choose from. DuPont, creators of Corian, have now designed a free App called 'MySurface' for this very reason. The App will help designers, architects and homeowners to have free access to 100 Corian samples...at their fingertips! Now you can be anywhere with access to the right Corian hue, tone, and palette for your design! How it works? With just a quick download on your Iphone or iPad (it is only available on these devices for now), you can have the convenience of having over 100 Corian samples whenever and wherever! It's stand out feature? The App has a filtering system, allowing you to sort through all the Corian samples into solids, translucent, kitchen worktops and exterior applications. Download it now! Get the FREE MySurface App now: MySurface via iTunes MySurface App Go back to more blog...