Top facts about Hanex worktops

top facts about Hanex worktops

When it comes to your kitchen worktops, there is nothing more impressive, or practical, than a solid surface. Here at J and C Solid Surfaces we are committed to providing the best possible solid surface solutions to our clients. As a result, we often recommend Hanex worktops. This is our guide to the top facts about Hanex worktops.

Hanex is low maintenance

It’s easy to keep Hanex looking amazing. IT is resistant to water and to stains, which means any spillages simply mop up easily, with no fuss. Red wine, curry powder, tea or coffee will leave no tell tale marks on your Hanex worktop. This is because Hanex is created from top quality acrylic. As a result, Hanex is perfect for family homes and people who love to cook.

Hanex is durable

Worktops created from Hanex are incredibly durable. They are not easily damaged, being made from tough acrylic. As a result, chips and scratches are incredibly unlikely, especially if you use a shopping board. This means that your Hanex worktops will last and last.
However, if you are unlucky enough to scratch the surface of your Hanex worktop, you will be presently supposed to find that the colour runs all the way through. This means that it will not be very noticeable. Furthermore, the scratch can simply be sanded out and you will not be able to tell it was ever there.

Hanex is colourful

When it comes to the colour choices for your worktops, you wont find a bigger range than you will with Hanex. This material is available in so many colours that it can suit any style or colour scheme that you wish to create. This is because it is created from acrylic, which provides a much broader colour range than other materials.

In summary

If you are looking for a new worktop that is low maintenance, durable, resistant to stains and scratches, and is colourful, look no further. Take a look at our range of Hanex today, and we are sure you will find something to suit your home and style, here at J and C solid surfaces.

by J and C Solid Surfaces