1. Maybe locally affected by high temperature and external impact, resulting in quartz countertop cracking. For example, the hot pot directly from the stove on the quartz countertop, then the quartz stone table will be instantly stimulated by high temperature, it may crack; Similarly, when we slash food hard, it may also cause quartz to crack.
2. Cracks in corners. Sometimes, the countertop corner may also crack, maybe because there is no gap left when we install the countertop, when thermal expansion, results in extrusion and cracking.
3. Cracking around the sink. Maybe the polishing craft didn’t make it smooth when in the construction or left the gap is too small, which will lead to quartz stone cracking.
4. The rear retaining edge was cracked because the glue was not firmly attached. Some families will install a water bar near the wall, so if the glue is not strong, there will be cracking.
5. Splicing crack. Splicing will also be because the glue is not evenly daubed, or the seam is not aligned and other reasons, will lead to quartz stone countertop cracking.
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