Formica® Solid Surfacing

SEAMLESS NONPOROUS SURFACES by Formica Group

Formica® Solid Surfacing is the ideal choice for a new kitchen or bath. The durable, non-porous material is tough and beautiful, which makes Solid Surfacing the perfect choice for a bar top, worktable, bathroom vanity, or kitchen countertop.

Our fresh designs come in a variety of colors to compliment your home's unique aesthetics, and can be easily paired with Formica® Laminate colors for mixing and matching materials in projects. The seamless integration of our Solid Surfacing material will give your kitchen or bath the finished and stunning smooth look you want.

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Features

  • Hygienic
  • Durable & Wear Resistant
  • Water resistant
  • Fire resistant

Swatches

55 Products found

  • 407 All That Jazz
  • 102 Arctic
  • 607 Ashen Concrete
  • 758 Bianco Mineral
  • 501 Black Lava
  • 742 Blanco Terrazzo
  • 601 Bleached Concrete
  • 654 Botanical Mosaic
  • 770 Bottle Glass Quartz
  • 707 Carrara Stone
  • 651 Chicory Mosaic
  • 655 Coastal Mosaic
  • 763 Coffee Silica
  • 772 Copper Quartz
  • 744 Crema Terrazzo
  • 386 Creme Graniti
  • 759 Dali Mineral
  • 787 Drift Travertine
  • 650 Ebony Mosaic
  • 714 Federal Cornerstone
  • 103 Frost
  • 306 Ginger Root Mist
  • 403 Glacier Ore
  • 715 Gothic Cornerstone
  • 749 Gray Renew
  • 779 Gray Sparkle
  • 608 Limed Concrete
  • 781 Luna Concrete
  • 774 Luna Fossil
  • 773 Luna Sail White
  • 757 Luna Sand
  • 780 Luna Stone
  • 775 Luna Storm
  • 782 Luna Weather
  • 389 Marron Graniti
  • 733 Mirage
  • 387 Mokka Graniti
  • 603 Natural Concrete
  • 777 Noce Travertine
  • 652 Pecan Mosaic
  • 309 Pesto Mist
  • 785 Portabello Aggregate
  • 786 Portabello Fine
  • 766 Portofino Mineral
  • 656 River Rock Mosaic
  • 704 Saltillo Stone
  • 505 Sea Glass
  • 307 Spanish Paprika Mist
  • 743 Tawny Agate
  • 783 Vapor
  • 333 Wheat Matrix
  • 748 White Renew
  • 778 White Sparkle
  • 931 White Spex

Documents

Use and Care Guide / Warranty

Certifications

Technical Brief / Data Sheet

Literature

Support

What is the warranty on Formica® Solid Surfacing?

The limited warranty for Solid Surfacing by Formica Group is ten (10) years from the date of initial installation.

How can I refresh my Formica® Solid Surfacing countertop?

If scratches are stealing that just-installed shine from the finish, follow these simple steps to bring your countertops back to their original glory:

    1. Pour a mild abrasive liquid, such as Comet® Cleanser or Soft Scrub®, onto a soft damp sponge or damp cotton cloth.

    2. Rub the area you wish to repair in a circular motion using mild pressure. 

    3. Rinse the area thoroughly with water and completely dry the surface. 

    4. If the damage has not been repaired, repeat the three steps above.

    5. See your solid surfacing shine.

How do I care for my Formica® Solid Surfacing countertop?

Solid Surfacing by Formica Group is not only one of the most beautiful surfacing materials available today, but also one of the most durable. A product of sophisticated modern technology, Solid Surfacing by Formica Group is resistant to stains, bacteria, and impact. It is nonporous, with the same color and pattern running throughout its thickness. This combination of features provides a deep, rich appearance that’s easy to care for, so its beauty can be preserved for years to come. Please refer to our Solid Surfacing Use & Care Guide for more detailed Care & Maintenance tips.

What is the difference between solid surface and granite?

Solid surfacing is an affordable countertop material that on average, costs $42 per square foot installed. By comparison, granite typically comes at a higher price of approximately $60 per square foot on average. 

Read more: 

Beyond the Surface: Solid Surface vs. Granite 

Countertops 101

Why do darker colors require a higher level of care and maintenance?

Some colors of Formica® Solid Surfacing may require more frequent cleaning to maintain a uniform finish. Darker colors tend to require more attention than lighter colors. Over time, even with proper care, your countertop will acquire a patina, changing the appearance of the finish. You may restore the look of the original finish by following the maintenance guidelines, see Use and Care Guide.

What is the difference between acrylic & polyester blend products?

Polyester Blend allows for deeper colors to be visible through a sheet. Acrylic allows for easier and more variety in fabrication techniques. Other than those two main differences the types of solid surfaces do not vary much.

What colors do you offer in acrylic and why two different mixtures?

There are two different types of Formica® Solid Surfacing.  Over 80% of our offering is 100% acrylic and made in the USA.  Formica® acrylic solid surface has great durability and seaming capabilities.  A small percentage of our offering has an acrylic base with polyester particulates.  This mix of materials allows us to offer more unique designs that cannot be made with 100% acrylic.  For a list of these items, please visit our technical documents. 

I have a problem with my Formica® Brand product. Who do I contact?

Please contact our Consumer Relations Department at 1-800-FORMICA (367-6422), or via email at consumer.relations@formica.com.

I have a question about a sample order I placed.  Who do I contact?

For sample inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-FORMICA™ (367-6422).

If my question is not listed here, where can I find my answer?

If your question is not listed here, please contact us or call 1-800-FORMICA™ (367-6422).