Dekton Baltic is a sintered stone inspired in the depths of the sea by displaying vibrant depth in dark blue on an elegant surface. Similarly, the subtle character of Dekton Baltic will bring a touch of calm and peace to any project in which it is installed.
From the most beautiful marine depths, the Baltic colour is born: a dark blue colour with a pure aesthetic that adds an elegant and serene character to its surroundings.
Dekton Baltic offers shade with dark hues and matt finish to elevate the status of any project. In addition, the inspiration of this material is based on not only technicality and great performance but also in using organic colours and textures.
The exclusive personality displayed by the new Baltic blue tones is ideal for use in both residential and commercial applications including kitchen worktops, splashbacks and wet areas.
Dekton is a sintered stone, made from a unique formula of natural quartz stone, porcelain, glass and other raw materials. These organic components are blended and compressed with extreme pressure to result in a product that is impervious to staining and highly resistant to scratches and heat.
Due to its technical characteristics, Dekton Baltic can withstand up to 300 C of heat. This enables the end-user to drag pots and pans directly on to its surfaces without damaging the stone. Despite this claim, it always best to use a trivet to place hot items from the oven.
For daily maintenance, you can use a window spray and kitchen cloth. Dekton is totally non-porous and it will never require sealants or additional coatings.
For Limescale marks, you can use white vinegar, leaving it to rest for one minute. Rinse with plenty of warm water and a scouring pad. Dry with a kitchen towel.
Baltic is available in thicknesses of 4 mm, 8 mm, 12 mm, 20 mm and 30mm. We recommend 4 mm, 8mm and 12mm for cladding; and 12mm thickness and over for kitchen worktops direct and countertop applications.
Dekton uses a Sintered Particle which works at a molecular rather than granular level, which ensures the material has practically zero water porosity, enabling it to work on any environment and foods including colourants such as curry, lemon, coffee and ketchup.