Why You Should Get a Chip Minimizer
The new countertops are beautiful and mesmerizing. They make any kitchen stand out and show your style to any guests visiting. Finally getting your countertop to look the way you dreamed about can be an amazing feeling. The worst thing that could happen shortly after this feeling is your countertop chips.
Countertops are vulnerable to chipping on any of the edges. Depending on what countertop you get depends on how chip resistant your countertop is. Granite is on the high end of chip resistance whereas porcelain is on the low end, though it would still be quite hard to chip your porcelain countertop!
One of the most common places for a chip is inside your kitchen sink. The kitchen sink usually has a lot of activity around it from rinsing off dirty dishes or preparing meals. It can be very easy to go into rinse off a pan and accidentally chip the inside of your sink, ruining your pristine countertop finish. This is why we recommend the chip minimizer.
The chip minimizer is perfect for the edges around the sink. It increases the thickness of the edges in a clean and stylish way to give your countertop edge more protection. It is still always best to be careful with pans going in and out of your sink, but this allows you some protection if you make a mistake and has saved countless countertops from chipping. We recommend the chip minimizer to anyone installing any countertop in their kitchen area. Call AMC Countertops today and learn more about what the chip minimizer can do for your beautiful new countertop!
If you have questions, give us a call at AMC Countertops (920) 204-7625 or fill out our contact form and we will call you! We proudly install a variety of sink styles and quartz countertops with custom edge profiles. We carry an array of sinks from brands such as Solera and Blanco. We install granite, quartz, and Dekton countertops, and offer brands such as Cambria, Silestone, Viatera, Caesarstone, Corian Quartz, and more. We service the Fox Cities including, Fond du Lac, Ripon, Oshkosh, and Neenah, as well as Green Bay, Milwaukee, and Madison.