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Ceramics also known as porcelain stoneware are the result of a manufacturing of a compact paste, hard, coloured and non-porous. It is a process of sintering of ceramic clay, feldspars, kaolins and sand which are first ground and afterwards atomized up to become a powder usable for pressing. This material has high technical performances for they are used for both architectural and furnishing solutions, it has a resistance nature with a high aesthetical value.

Maintenance: Avoid aggressive products containing acetone, thinners, ammonia, abrasive detergents or furniture waxes. Do not use cleaning products whose composition is unknown. Inadequate products create serious and irreparable damage to the finish. Keep the product by dusting the parts with a clean white cotton cloth with some dilueted neutral detergent. Dry immediately.

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