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How to Care for Quartz Countertops

  • 1: Pass on sealing your quartz countertop. Because quartz is non-porous, it doesn't need to be sealed or protected like granite or other natural stone countertops. It comes with a polished surface that acts a protective barrier.
     
    2:Use hot pads or trivets when placing hot containers on a quartz countertop. While the countertops can handle moderate heat, prolonged heat can cause damage.
     
    3:Clean the countertops with a non-abrasive kitchen cleaner. A vinegar and water solution or hot soapy water works best. If you're looking for a more thorough cleaning, most cleaners sold on the shelves of supermarkets will work fine, but stay away from cleaners containing bleach. Always wipe off the countertops with a soft sponge or washcloth.
     
    4:Prevent scratching the countertops by always using a cutting board when using a knife. Also, place glasses and bottles or cans of beverages on coasters. Another way to prevent scratching is to place all accessories or hairstyling equipment, bottles or lotions on a holding tray or shelf if you have quartz countertops in bathrooms.1:Pass on sealing your quartz countertop. Because quartz is non-porous, it doesn't need to be sealed or protected like granite or other natural stone countertops. It comes with a polished surface that acts a protective barrier.
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    2014/08/21         Author: Jaddas Quartz         What Quartz Stone


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