Francini Inc. Blog

 
07May

What You Need to Know About Vetrite

07 May, 2019 | Vetrite |

Are you interested in a surface material that can transform your residence or commercial building with an avant-garde aesthetic? The answer is our collection of Vetrite, exclusively distributed by Francini, Inc. It is a composite product made up of large format glass panels combined with fabric and polymeric film.

Why Should You Consider Vetrite?

Vetrite offers unique design solutions through distinct textures, intricate patterns, and subtle color palettes. The applications are endless. Imagine the freedom of cladding the following without any kind of constraint in style:

  • Furniture
  • Shower & tub surrounds
  • Cabinet faces
  • Countertops
  • Custom closets
  • Floors
  • Stairs
  • Wall accents
  • Backsplashes
  • Doors
  • Lighting
  • Luxury boats
  • RV’s
  • Signage

Why is Vetrite Right for your Home or Commercial Space?

Integrating Vetrite into a living or working space is an intelligent design decision matched with functionality. Although you should treat Vetrite similarly to other glass in your home or office, it has been tested and made with durability in mind.

What Sizes and Colors of Vetrite Are Available?

Glass slabs of Vetrite are available in sizes up to 47 1/4" x 110 1/4" in either 0 1/4" or 0 1/2" thin.

While Vetrite is smooth glass, because it is made with fabric and polymeric film it has the appearance of texture, such as elephant skin or feathers. It is available in the following colors:

Since our inventory is always changing, make sure to contact the gallery nearest you for general inventory questions and custom selections.

How do you Maintain Vetrite?

Glass slabs of Vetrite are available in sizes up to 47 1/4" x 110 1/4" in either 0 1/4" or 0 1/2" thin.

Cleaning Vetrite is simple. Since it is a glass surface, care for it as you would your eyeglasses or television screen. Avoid abrasive cleaning solutions, paper products, or brushes with stiff bristles that may scratch. Harsh cleaning products should also be avoided as they can harm the grout used to hold panels together.

It is recommended that you clean panels with a mixture of vinegar, water, and a soft cloth. For stubborn stains, you can use a soft bristled brush. Be sure to completely remove any residue left from cleaning to avoid unsightly streaks.

To learn more about Vetrite, see our Vetrite Exclusively Distributed by Francini Inc. Collection, or if you have additional questions, get in touch with us today. Our experts would love to talk to you!

Related

Using Your Quartz Countertop For Backsplash

Using Your Quartz Countertop For Backsplash

Remodeling your kitchen may seem like a daunting task in your decision in pairing a back-splash with...

Read More >
The Elements of Outdoor Kitchen Bar Design

The Elements of Outdoor Kitchen Bar Design

You have an outdoor kitchen, fire pit, and plenty of space to relax and play lawn games, but you'...

Read More >
Why Granite Counter Top Installation Isn't a DIY Project

Why Granite Counter Top Installation Isn't a DIY Project

A beautiful kitchen is a must for many homeowners. One way to add beauty and dramatically change the...

Read More >
Marble offers the perfect surface for Holiday Pastries

Marble offers the perfect surface for Holiday Pastries

Marble has inherent qualities highly desired for a pastry making surface. Its naturally cool tempera...

Read More >
Selecting Finishes: Where to start | Elevation Interiors

Selecting Finishes: Where to start | Elevation Interiors

Starting with a blank slate can be overwhelming to many people. Clients are often unsure where to be...

Read More >
How to Maximize A Small Kitchen Using Color

How to Maximize A Small Kitchen Using Color

Since small kitchens are cramped and tight, countless information exists on how to enlarge the space...

Read More >

Stay In Touch

Name

Article Categories