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What are some differences between Caesarstone and granite?

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While granite needs to be sealed once it's installed and requires resealing at least once a year, Caesarstone doesn't require sealing because it's made of quartz. The non-porous and dense quality of quartz takes away the need for sealant.

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Lighter granite variations are more likely to develop stains compared to darker variations due to its porous nature. Caesarstone is highly resistant to stains caused by most liquids. Granite is a natural stone that comes in multiple varieties. It differs according to its source, colors, chemical composition, porosity and density among other factors. Meanwhile, Caesarstone is a mass-produced product that uses 93 percent quartz aggregates and 7 percent pigments and resin.

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