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Quartzite

Through a process of high heat and pressure,
sandstone is transformed into an extremely
hard natural stone called quartzite.


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Generally found in neutral white,
grey and brown tones, quartzite has the appearance
of marble but is closer to granite in terms of durability
against scratching and etching.

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