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MicroSkin versus StoneSkin

MicroSkin versus StoneSkin

At Furnified, quality is our top priority. We strive to create tables that are designed to really live in, without compromising on quality. Both materials we use have these properties in abundance. Whether it's red wine stains or children's drawings, our tables can withstand everyday life and can be used with ease. We are proud to deliver furniture that you can truly rely on, no matter the challenges life throws at you.

What is the difference between Microskin and Stoneskin?

Microskin offers a beautiful palette of shades and organic irregularities, while Stoneskin is known for its smooth appearance. However, both products are designed with timeless elegance in mind. The Microskin products are finished with no less than 9 layers of Microskin, resulting in an extremely durable and waterproof coating with the hardness of natural stone.

Stoneskin, on the other hand, has a shorter production time and a different hardness, because it is a painted end product. Nevertheless, the focus on durability and style remains. Whether you opt for the subtly varied Microskin finish or the sleek look of Stoneskin, both materials embody timeless quality and are an asset to any interior. 

Easier to understand the difference: Stoneskin or concrete look is actually a cheaper variant of Microskin, with an equally high-quality finish.

The common properties

Both Microskin and Stoneskin share some remarkable common traits. Both materials are durable and highly resistant to stains, making them ideal for busy households and everyday use. They also offer waterproof surfaces, so you don't have to worry about moisture-related damage. Moreover, both Microskin and Stoneskin are very easy to maintain, saving you valuable time when cleaning and maintaining your table. Whether you choose the refined finish of 9 layers of Microskin or the sleek look of a painted end product such as Stoneskin, both materials guarantee a combination of durability, stain resistance and ease of maintenance for years of enjoyment and ease of use.

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