What is Aquastone? Aquatica, the bathing specialists, have been offering truly distinctive and unique bathroom products for years. With Aquastone, we’ve created the latest generation in composite material which combines two opposites – a silky soft exterior and a tough, durable interior. The composition of Aquastone is based on natural rock – bauxite mixed with polyester resin hardened in high temperatures.

Aquastone

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What is Aquastone? Aquatica, the bathing specialists, have been offering truly distinctive and unique bathroom products for years. With Aquastone, we’ve created the latest generation in composite material which combines two opposites – a silky soft exterior and a tough, durable interior. The composition of Aquastone is based on natural rock – bauxite mixed with polyester resin hardened in high temperatures.

Aquastone

What is Aquastone?

Aquatica, the bathing specialists, have been offering truly distinctive and unique bathroom products for years. With Aquastone, we’ve created the latest generation in composite material which combines two opposites – a silky soft exterior and a tough, durable interior. The composition of Aquastone is based on natural rock – bauxite mixed with polyester resin hardened in high temperatures.

Aquastone is the modern interpretation of marble, which, while retaining its noble appearance, has significantly improved on several properties. Classic Aquastone comes in white or satin, but is available in other shades.

Where is Aquastone used?

Aquastone is used in the creation of visually- and geometrically-perfect sinks, table tops, furniture facades, wall tiles, skirting boards, stair railings, and a variety of other design elements.

As Aquastone is wonderfully easy to maintain and very safe, it is also suitable for areas of intensive use: for example, in cafés and hotels, shopping centers, offices and factories, and in schools and hospitals.

What are the characteristics of Aquastone?

  • Impermeable - it does not absorb water.
  • Heat-resistant - it does not lose its properties, even at 100°C.
  • Smooth, non-porous surface - it does not absorb liquids which could stain, such as coffee or wine.
  • Chemically resistant to all conventional solvents, acids and detergents.
  • Harmless – safe to use in medical facilities and in contact with food.
  • Solid - it is very hard to scratch. Unlike ceramic, it is also shock resistant.
  • It won’t yellow over time as the material is UV-resistant.
  • Fire-resistant - suitable for areas with higher fire safety requirements as, in high temperatures, it releases water.
  • Eco-friendly - this is a ground-breaking recyclable material.

How to take care of Aquastone:

Aquastone is easy to maintain using a damp sponge and household cleaners. It will retain its natural matte finish for years.

Aquastone is a completely renewable material. Small nicks or scratches can be fixed by sanding or polishing. More serious damage can be taken care of with Aquastone.