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CeasarStone vs. Corian by Dupont???
How do these two compare?
I'm in the process of making a decision and need info as to maintenance, Heat resistance, and any other possible negative factors of one or the other. I've already ruled out Granite due to the maintanance.
Thank you!

What else can I say. You already mentioned all the details. I commend you for a great comparison job between these two popular materials. This is definitely a good resource to see before deciding to buy for the right materials on your counter top. Two thumbs up for you!

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How does the caesarstone do with heat? Can you put a pot directly off the stove, or out of the oven on it?

We are in the process of building our kitchen and we are contemplating as to which benchtop alternative we should use. We are aware of the cost of Granite and can afford Chinese Granite although we now hear is an inferior product; hence we are looking into alternatives. If some one could shack some light it would be most appreciated.

Granite makes an excellent medium for countertops, as it is the most durable of all stones. The hardness of granite is rivaled only by the hardness of diamonds.

Granite countertops come in several different finishes. These can be polished or matte look. Tumbled looks have more rounded edges. The granite can be honed for a smoother look. A flamed granite countertop is torched to give a textured look.

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Thanks for all the details. This is a great comparison of granite and caesarstone.

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