Décor Quick Tip: Trust the strength of your kitchen sink
(NC)—If premium durability – and beauty – is at the top of your list when choosing a new kitchen sink, take a look at a ground-breaking material called 'silgranit'. Produced by Blanco, it combines 80 per cent natural granite stone with a premium acrylic resin formula to deliver unprecedented strength and functionality. Consumer testing has shown that you can throw in steak knives, carving knives, pairing knives, plus pots and pans with no worries of scratching or chipping the surface. Throw in red wine, mustard, berries, citric acids, beet juice and coffee won't stain it. Set down a pot straight from the stove since silgranit withstands temperatures up to 280 C without burning, scorching, or marring the surface. Of equal value, it is non-porous and is approved for contact with foods: you get a rock hard surface that doesn't absorb bacteria (or odours) for maximum hygiene. More information is available online at www.blancocanada.com.
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