How to CLEAN Engineer Quartz Surfaces?


Quartz will resist permanent staining when exposed to liquids like wine, vinegar, tea, lemon juice, and soda, or fruits and vegetables, it's important to wipe up spills immediately - before they have a chance to dry. Take care of fresh messes with mild dishwashing detergent and a soft cloth. For dried spills or heavy stains, your best bet is a glass or surface cleaner, a nonabrasive sponge (sponges designed for nonstick pans are safe and effective), and a little elbow grease. Keep a plastic putty knife handy to gently scrape off gum, food, nail polish, paint, or other messes that harden as they dry.

Quartz Countertop Cleaning & Caring - Stone Blog

MATERIALS AND TOOLS (Available on Amazon)
– Mild dish detergent
– Soft cloth
– Glass cleaner
– Nonabrasive sponge
– Plastic putty knife
– Degreasing cleaner
– Goo Gone or comparable cleaner
– Trivet
– Cutting board

* Daily Clean for Quartz Tops as below for your reference:
1) Simply wash with a SOFT cloth and WARM water, use MILD soap if desired;
2) Take some extra regular care will maintain it as new and good, by wiping with some Car/Furniture-use Wax after cleaning and dry, week or half-month once;

How to MAITAIN and CARE Engineer Quartz Surface?

Living with Quartz countertops requires little to no upkeep or maintenance. Quartz is a man-made engineered stone and has a non-porous surface making it impervious to most stains and scratches. However, Quartz is NOT heat resistant so be sure to use trivets, hot pads and towels to protect the surface from hot pans. There are no sealers or protectors that need to be applied over the life of your countertop so quartz is considered to be easier to maintain than granite. You can learn more about caring for granite here. Below you'll find our top tips on how to care for quartz countertops.

- Do clean often with a soft cloth, mild dish soap and water.
- Rinse again with water if you use soap and then dry for a nice shine.
- Do use a plastic knife or putty knife to remove dried or stuck on stains.
- Do disinfect when needed with a 50/50 mix of Isopropyl alcohol and water
- Do use regular non-acidic cleaners if you prefer.

- Don't use acidic cleaners like vinegar, bleach, ammonia or citrus cleaners.
- Don't clean with any sort of abrasive cleaner or scouring pad.
- Don't slice or cut directly on the quartz surface, always use a cutting board!
- Don't place hot pots and pans directly on the surface of your quartz.

* Daily Care for Quartz Tops as below for your reference:
1) Avoid any strong Chemicals contact with tops, such paint, dyes, and other solvents may spill; if in these cases, wipe up immediately and rinse with plenty of water. And if any stain persists still, moisten a cloth with some Kitchen-use Cleansers to deal with;
2) Your quartz countertops can hold up to most anything but heat. NEVER place hot pots directly on the surface, keep trivets and potholders handy. Though the quartz surface is scratch resistant it is best to use cutting boards when slicing and dicing. The surface may hold up well, but the quartz is so hard you could really damage your knives.


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