Granite's natural beauty, durability, and infinite variety of patterns and colors make it one of the most sought-after and elegant of countertop materials. It and other natural stones are some of the easiest materials to maintain; and with proper care, will maintain their natural beauty for many years to come.
Do clean surfaces with a sponge or soft cloth and a small amount of a mild soap and warm water
Do thoroughly rinse and dry the surface after washing
Do wipe up spills immediately
Do protect countertop surfaces with coasters, trivets, or placemats
Do seal. All natural stone is porous and must be sealed with a penetrating stone sealer after installation.
Don't cut directly on the surface
Don’t use vinegar, bleach, ammonia, lemon juice, or other cleaners containing acids
Don’t use abrasive cleaners, powder cleaners or scrubby pads
Quartz Care and Maintenance Guides
Quartz is an engineered stone which is non-porous, making it almost impervious to staining. It is always best to be proactive and protect your investment with coasters, trivets or placemats. Below are each companies guides to their product.
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