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Neolith Nero Marquina

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Neolith Nero Marquina is a new 2017 colour from Spanish manufacturer The Size who is quickly becoming a world leader in Sintered Porcelain surfaces. Neolith Nero Marquina brings the natural beauty of the popular marble with an elegantly presented surface in black and attractive white veining throughout

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Neolith Nero Marquina is a new 2017 colour from Spanish manufacturer The Size who is quickly becoming a world leader in Sintered Porcelain surfaces. Neolith Nero Marquina brings the natural beauty of the popular marble with an elegantly presented surface in black and attractive white veining throughout.

Neolith Nero Marquina is available in Polished and Silk finishes and a choice of thicknesses of 6mm for cladding and 12mm thickness suitable for kitchen worktop and bathroom applications. With slab dimensions standing at 3200x1500mm and 3200x1600mm there aren't many areas that won't be covered by this magnificent decorative material. Neolith Nero Marquina is also available in Book Matched designs for wall feature and focal applications.

Neolith is the leader in Sintered Porcelain surface in the world. With origins in 2009, The Size Surfaces is a revolutionary Company that draws on the experience of its members who have over 40 years of experience in the natural stone industry.

If you are looking for a product with unique beauty and strength, Neolith Nero Marquina ticks all the boxes. Similarly, you can choose this material due to its light-weight properties combined with resistance. Should you have accidental spillages, all you would require is a kitchen cloth and soapy water. Also, you can use other household cleaners on Neolith without the need for special products.

You can choose Neolith Nero Marquina in several thicknesses and sizes which make it perfect for any type of project. Neolith Nero Marquina is available in slab formats of 3200 x 1600 mm ( 12 mm thickness), 3200 x 1500 mm (6 mm thickness).

Similarly, different thicknesses of this material make it ideal for kitchen worktops, countertops or cladding of walls and furniture. If versatility wasn't enough, you'll be pleased to hear that there is an available manufacturer's warranty of 10 years for all Neolith residential installations.

Features and benefits of using Neolith Neolith Nero Marquina:

  • RESISTANT TO UV RAYS: Since the colour is 100% natural, it does not deteriorate when exposed to the sun or extreme temperatures over long periods of time.
  • LIGHT: The 3 mm board is only 7 kg/m² and the 12 mm board, 30 kg/m² making it easy to work with on any type of application including cladding and wall panelling.
  • RESISTANT TO HIGH TEMPERATURES: Neolith Does not burn in contact with fire or let off smoke or toxic substances making it a safe material for both residential and commercial premises
  • SCRATCH-RESISTANT: Neolith Surfaces are highly resistant to scratching and abrasion due to the hardness of the material.
  • RESISTANT TO ICE AND FREEZING: Neolith is resistant to extreme cold and weather conditions, making it suitable for exterior applications which include patio benches, barbecues, tabletops and external flooring among many other uses.
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Neolith is resistant to chemical cleaning agents and although soapy water will maintain its surfaces pristinely, other household products can also be used on it.
  • 100% RECYCLABLE: Up to 52% of any Neolith board is comprised of recycled raw materials.
  • WATERPROOF: Waterproof and liquid-resistant. With an absorption level near zero, Neolith is extremely resistant to staining and it does not etch.
  • 100% NATURAL: Unlike other man-made materials, Neolith is Resin-free. Does not release any harmful substance into the environment.
  • HYGIENIC: Neolith does not release harmful substances


How can I clean Neolith Nero Marquina?

Use a microfiber cloth to remove dust from the surface. Clean your Neolith countertop daily if required. you can use warm water, to which a detergent can be added, ensuring grease marks are easily removed. Since detergents may contain waxes, after some washes, these can leave an oily film on the surface. You could also use a window cleaning spray from any major brand. Not only that it will recover its original sheen, but you can also use the spar daily to maintain Neolith surfaces.

Cleaning should be limited to immediately rinse the spills off the surface and dry with an absorbent cloth. For daily cleaning use only a damp cloth with water and soap. For embedded stains, pour warm water on the stain then wait till it “loosens” and finally rinse or remove with a clean cloth. Avoid using pads, rough sponges and steel wool.

The Size recommends using a blue pad: made with soft fibres, suitable for cleaning of glass, kitchen appliance and nonstick frying pans. Do not use caustic soda or products with a pH greater than 11. If you use bleach, rinse with plenty of water and never leave it in permanent contact with the Neolith polished surface.

Avoid cleaning the surface with abrasive cleaners such as Cif Cream (Soft Scrub Cream Cleansers). Use pads, cloths, napkins and glass coasters to place cooking pots or other kitchen hardware on the surface. Never cut food directly on the counter, use a cutting or chopping board. Do not pull or drag kitchenware, pans and appliances on the counter.

Suitable products for cleaning the Neolith polished worktops:

  • Oven cleaner
  • Degreasers
  • Ammonia
  • Solvents

Products not suitable to clean Neolith polished surfaces:

  • Abrasive cleaners
  • Abrasive sponges
  • Bleach
  • Ferrokit
  • Hydrofluoric Acid
  • Scrub Cleaning Creams (i.e. CIF, etc)

Can Neolith Nero Marquina be repaired?

Ceramic surfaces can get damaged for a variety of reasons. Most often it’s due to an impact from a heavy object such as cooking pots. Neolith Sintered stone can be repaired by previous cleaning the surfaces with acetone, allowing it to evaporate before proceeding further. We recommend contacting a professional who will mix a two-part epoxy, adding the colour to tint the epoxy to match your Neolith countertop. They will grind down the surplus resin on the edge manually to avoid damaging the surface.