White Ice Granite Product Description
OTHER INDUSTRY NAMES (AKA): N/A
STONE TYPE: Granite
PRIMARY COLORS: White, Light Gold, Black
FREEZING CLIMATE: Yes
EXTERIOR USAGE: Not Recommended
Tile : N/A
Slab : 3 CM
Mosaic : N/A
Landscape : N/A
Prefabricated Countertop : N/A
AVAILABLE FINISHES: Polished
GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
COMMENTS: White Ice Granite is an Exotic Brazilian Stone with a predominantly white background. It is surrounded by a very light gold and striking black veining.
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Pits, fissures and dull spots, some granites exhibit these characteristics more than others, and they may also be more or less visible depending on the lighting conditions present in a room. Pits, fissures and dull spots do not compromise the integrity of the granite in any way; they are natural characteristics and will not impair the function or durability of the material. They are an expression of nature.
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