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Corian Sparkling White
Corian Sparkling White is reminiscent of a fresh snowfall on a calm winter day. A trendy off-white tone is complimented with subtle sparkle, offering an intriguing depth and fascinating character. A timeless classic with a difference. The beauty of Sparkling White Corian is in the subtle ‘shimmer’ it gives off.
- This color is directional with reflective properties. See the Directional Aesthetics Technical Bulletin for more information.
- Contains reflective pigments. May appear lighter or darker depending on viewing angle.
- Available in 12mm sheet thickness
- Please click here to see more examples of this colour on the DuPont website.
Features and Benefits :
DURABLE – Corian® keeps its good looks and survives the impact nicks and cuts that can occur with daily wear and tear.
TOUGH – Corian® cannot delaminate, the joints are inconspicuous and fluids cannot penetrate.
EASY-TO-CLEAN – Corian® has a non-porous surface that prevents dirt and stains from penetrating the material. Any marks can be easily removed using household cleaners.
NONPOROUS – Corian® is nonporous and hygienic. Its smooth surface does not allow liquids to penetrate and that makes it easy to clean. Bacteria and mould have nowhere to take root.
REPAIRABLE – Corian® surfaces are renewable. Chips and scratches can be repaired returning it back to ‘new’.
SEAMLESS – Color-coordinated Joint Adhesive bonds Corian® solid surface with inconspicuous seams, meaning there are no crevices to trap dirt and bacteria.
Achieved with on-trend, proprietary technologies, the new colors of Corian® for 2017 resonate with a diverse international design audience.
Generating outstanding potential for decoration and design, the colors embrace a strong visual texture, create dynamic modernity and conjure up warmth and emotion.
As well as Sparkling White, there are the Concrete, Onyx and Prima range, and three more colours – a dark grey called ‘Greylite’, a blue hue called ‘Mineral’, and a subtle green called ‘Willow’.