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Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

Johnson Engineered Marble is essentially a mixture of natural minerals like calcite, combined with colour pigments, molded and baked with specially-blended polyester resin which acts as a binder. It is produced in the form of blocks and slabs of adequate thickness, and then sawed into tiles from the blocks. Johnson Engineered Quartz is manufactured through a process that combines natural quartz with a small volume of polyester resin and colour pigments, then baked to create a quartz slab of desired thickness. It is very hard and less porous than engineered marble.

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