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A-Z OF SOLID SURFACE CHALLENGE CONTINUES- WEEK FOUR- D βœ…πŸ™ŒπŸ»

This week sees me carrying on the series with….wait for it..

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D is for Donald Slocum πŸ‘ πŸ‘

Donald Slocum is credited as being the inventor of Dupont Corian, the first Solid Surface introduced into the marketplace.

His desire was to invent a material that was:

βœ… Non porous, being also stain, chemical and fire resistant.

βœ… Repairable

βœ… That was colour consistent and solid throughout

βœ… Standard woodworking tools could be used to work with it

βœ… Repairable

βœ… Hard and robust enough to be a worktop

βœ… Attractive on the eye

βœ… Void of air bubbles

Invented in the 1960’s, this material revolutionised and changed the work surface market for good, offering a unique alternative to other established materials. πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

D is also for Durable πŸ’ͺ

Solid Surface, by the very nature of its composition, is a remarkably durable product, suitable for areas which need a robust, yet attractive surface.

This is because, as mentioned above, it is stain and germ resistant and can also be re-polished if necessary.

With so much information available it can be easy to get confused and swamped, this is why if you have any question, large or small, we want you to feel you can ask us freely!! Look forward to chatting soon. Nicola xx

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