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Understanding the world of Solid Surface!

To us, the world of Solid Surface is a mighty interesting place!

The products are amazing and versatile, BUT, how to convey this to people who do not inhabit our world, without being overly technical can be a challenge.

So, we decided to embark on an A-Z series to help educate you on what we believe makes Solid Surface so special and why it is the ideal choice for all sorts of applications, from kitchen worktops, teapoints through to reception desks and wash troughs.

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Lets start at the most obvious place.

👉👉👉 A 👈👈👈

A is for Acrylic.

Acrylic is one of the main components used in the composition of most Solid Surface brands.

A is also for ATH ATH is the other main component used in the composition of Solid Surface, which is a by-product of aluminium mining, known as bauxite.

These two products are then combined together, becoming the raw mix of Solid Surface. 🙌🏻

This challenge will be weekly, however, we will also be covering other topics in our blog.

Interested? Why not pop an email across to us to find out more about who we are and what we are about.

Look forward to hearing from you Nicola xx

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