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NSF-certified but non-Breton quartz!

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I’m considering quartz options and was looking for Breton-manufactured only, just as an easy way to ensure its quality. There’s a reputable stone showroom here that has a proprietary line of quartz and I love a couple of their patterns. I asked how it’s manufactured, and he responded: “Our Quartz is not made in Breton machines but similar machines. Our Quartz slabs are NSF certified and it is very good quality slabs and we don't have any complaints on the slabs.” HELP! Does this mean anything, or could it still have a high resin % and junk in it? It’s a trustworthy place… but I don’t want to make a long-term mistake.

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