I am curious if anyone on here actually has the Vetrazzo Recycled Glass Countertop in their own kitchen. The Wife and I are getting a new countertop and we are blown away by how beautiful it is. I know that the sensible choice would be Quartz because of the low maintenance and lower cost. Also I know you have to seal Vetrazzo as it is comprised of 17% concrete and binders and 83% is glass which is non-porous. It seems to me that it would be rather easy to seal due to only 17% being slightly porous. I also like the fact that it is rated at over 600 degrees from direct hot pan contact, where quartz is 350 degrees. Besides all that we can’t get over how great it looks and that’s the main reason we want it. We are interested in the "Bistro Green" color. If you have Vetrazzo, What do you think of it?This message has been edited. Last edited by: Marcv76,
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