Re: solid surface basins2
Sep 28, 2017 11:20 am
I've used many different brands of solid surface basins. Things you need to look out for, is if the basin is made from polyester (stone resin) or acrylic blends resin (real solid surface). Acrylic blends are UV stable. If it isn't, it will go yellow and crack. Some companies call their basins solid surface, but they are definitely stone resins.
Ask the question, most of the cheap brands don't. I have used some of stu-dio's basins, I haven't had any issues with them. Seems like a good solid surface basin for the price.
I hope this helps.
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