Scratching solid surfaces is one of the biggest problems when producing black bathtubs and shower trays. A small scratch on
The manufacture of solid surface products has grown dramatically in recent years. It has gone from the initial kitchen worktops to other products such as bathrooms, indoor furniture, floor walls and even cladding of facades. The development of new technologies in the last three years lead us to a new generation of polymeric composites. Bio resins, nanoparticles, as well as the use of graphene derivatives … they are part of the nearest future.
In this category we want to offer you relevant information about solid surface from the user perspective or if you are thinking about starting to produce this type of products. Apart from the list of posts below, if you are interested in knowing everything about this kind of products, we recommend you read our complete guide about solid surface.