Stone Maintenance

Clean your stone, without harming it

Quartz Care and Maintenance

Quartz Countertops are very hard, strong and non-porous, this makes them the most durable countertop surface available. Quartz countertops can be simply washed with a soft cotton cloth and warm water. You can also use the following products if you desire.

  • Arm and Hammer Clean Shower, Clorox Anywhere
  • (Hard Surface)
  • Clorox Disinfecting Kitchen Cleaner
  • Clorox Wipes Bleach Free Lemon Fresh
  • Lysol Disinfecting Wipes
  • Lysol Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner w/Citrus Scent
  • Lysol Food Surface Sanitizer
  • Lysol Sanitizing Wipes
  • Simple Green D Pro Cleaner
  • Simple Green Extreme Clean
  • Quartz Brite Daily Cleaner
  • Scrubbing Bubbles Antibacterial Bathroom Wipes
  • Pledge Multi-Surface Cleaner

For hand or dish soap cleaners you can use,

  • Ajax Dish Liquid
  • Dawn Direct Foam Dishwashing Foam
  • Dawn Ultra Antibacterial Dishwashing Liquid
  • Dawn Ultra Concentrated Dishwashing Liquid
  • Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Wash
  • Palmolive Ultra Concentrate
  • Palmolive Ultra Antibacterial Dish Liquid
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Quartz Care

Be Gentle With
Your Counters

DO NOT USE abrasive or strong alkaline or acid (high or low ph) cleaner. Do Not USE or expose Quartz to bleach, oven cleaner, Comet, Soft Scrub, SOS, and products with pumice batteries, paint removers, furniture stripper, tarnish or silver cleaner. DO NOT USE abrasive or harsh scrub pads. DO NOT apply any sealers, penetrants or topical treatment to Quartz. Such products will wear off and cause the gloss to appear dull or inconsistent.

Granite & Marble Care & Maintenance

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