Care And Cleaning Tips: Quartz Countertops

ProSource | 3/17/2016 | Product Information

Quartz Countertop Care

Learning how to clean quartz surface countertops takes no time at all—thanks to the stain-resistance of this remarkable material. Quartz surfacing is a tough, non-porous, chemically resistant, high-performance surface that elevates residential kitchen aesthetics with the natural beauty of quartz.

Just use water and a paper towel with simple, care, quartz surface will retain its radiant, lustrous appearance for many years. For routine cleaning, simply wipe down your countertop with a damp cloth or paper towel and, if necessary, a small amount of non-bleach, non-abrasive cleanser.

Clean Up Spills Right Away—Before They Can Dry

Even though quartz surfaces resists permanent staining when exposed to liquids (such as wine, vinegar, tea, lemon juice and soda) or fruits and vegetables, you’ll want to wipe up food and liquid spills as soon as possible. For stubborn or dried spills, use a nonabrasive cleaning pad.

Maintenance And Warranties

Please see your manufacturer’s warranty for more information and maintenance guidelines.

Maintaining quartz is easy. Simply wash with a soft cotton cloth and warm water, use a mild soap if desired.

Do not expose, in use or otherwise, quartz countertops to abrasive or strong alkaline or acid or free radicals or oxidizers or the like (whether high, neutral or low pH) cleaners. Various chemicals are corrosive and/or erosive in their ability to attack any structure including quartz. Be very aware of these potential damages to your surface.

Quartz is not heat proof, chemical proof or fracture proof in any form. Be aware of damaging exposure to these potential damaging acts upon your countertop.

Do not use or expose quartz to such products including, but not limited to bleach, oven cleaners, Comet®, Soft Scrub®, SOS®, products with pumice, batteries, paint removers, furniture strippers, tarnish or silver cleaners, or the like. Do not use abrasive or harsh scrub pads. Do not apply any sealers, penetrants or topical treatments to quartz under any circumstances.

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