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Onyx Of Cerim

Onyx stone in all its voluptuous and precious shades Onyx of Cerim, with its four color variations, leads to delicate environments from distance places.  A refined style and shades of warm white instill purity into the ambiance. Its elegance is also brought out by the large sizes that allow suggestive and highly appealing environments to be created.

COLORS, FINISHES, SIZES AND APPLICATIONS

Colors:

  • 5 colors
    • White
    • Sand
    • Cloud
    • Iron
    • Shadow

Finishes:

  • Matte
  • Glossy

Thickness:

  • 6 mm
  • 10 mm

Sizes 6mm (Only glossy):

  • 31-1/2” x 94-3/8” (80cm x 240cm)
  • 31-1/2” x 31-1/2” (80cm x 80cm)

Sizes 10mm (matte and glossy):

  • 23-5/8” x 47-1/4” (60cm x 120cm)
  • 11-4/5” x 47-1/4” (30cm x 120cm)
  • 23-5/8” x 23-5/8” (60cm x 60cm)
  • 11-4/5” x 23-5/8” (30cm x 60cm)

APPLICATIONS

Floor, Wall, Indoors, Wall tiles for showers, Outdoor Walls

 

INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE

 

NATURAL SURFACES

 

To clean natural surfaces only use warm water and mild alkaline detergents available from most retailers (products containing hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives should not be used).
We do not recommend using detergents containing wax, to avoid creating an oily coating on the surface of the slab. With particularly difficult stains, we recommend you clean the area by following the instructions in the Type of detergent according to the type of dirt table, included at the beginning of this chapter.

 

POLISHED AND GLOSSY SURFACES

 

To clean polished and glossy surfaces only use warm water and mild alkaline detergents available from most retailers (products containing hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives should not be used). We recommend you periodically carry out special cleaning with specific detergents, such as buffer acids or professional oil-repellents: this will allow you to remove any remaining dirt and helps maintain the floor’s shine over time.

We do not recommend using detergents containing wax, to avoid creating an oily coating on the surface of the slab.

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