How to clean quartz tops
Compared with real stone, artificial quartz countertops have complexity, design and timeless appeal. And most importantly, artificial quartz stone does not require high maintenance costs. The most common promotional slogan of quartz stone suppliers is "Quartz does not require any sealing to resist stains." This is because during the production process, the resin adhesive makes the quartz countertops non-porous, meaning that mold will survive without gaps, let alone produce stains or bad smells. If you use our quartz stone countertops in the kitchen, please continue to read our complete cleaning guide to keep your countertops always beautiful
In practical applications, quartz stone countertops are often exposed to liquids such as wine, vinegar, tea, lemon juice, soda or fruits and vegetables. Although it can resist permanent pollution, it is important to wipe off the spill immediately and then dry it. This process can be used with mild dish soap and a soft cloth to effectively remove stains.
Of course, dry splashes or serious stains will inevitably occur during use. When dealing with this situation, the best choice is glass or surface cleaner, with a non-abrasive sponge and a small amount of elbow lubrication fat. For coagulum, use a plastic putty knife to gently wipe away glue, food, nail polish, paint or other dirt that hardens when it dries.
Routine wiping and attention to spills and dirt can basically meet the basic daily maintenance requirements of your countertop. But stone experts also recommend deeper routine cleaning regularly. For best results, spray a large amount of non-abrasive surface cleaner on the countertop, then let it sit for about 10 minutes and wipe it off with a non-scratching sponge.