The significant benefits of quartz countertops began to be known to American consumers in the 1990s, and their popularity grew rapidly. JAYA STONE's prefabricated quartz countertops are popular because of their excellent quality. It can be used anywhere in your home.
How to clean quartz countertops is a good question to ask if you are considering investing in this beautiful engineered stone for your home. Prefab quartz countertops are not difficult to maintain, in fact, they are low maintenance. Follow our instructions to clean your countertops the right way.
1 soft wipe
Take a soft cloth or sponge and soak it in a mixture of warm water and soap. Take the sponge and start wiping the quartz countertop gently but firmly. Wipe as often as needed.
2 Scrape off the sticky substance
We recommend using a putty knife to scrape off any dirt or food. Be careful and only scrape lightly as you remove any excess buildup. For convenience and speed, we recommend keeping the putty knife in a nearby drawer so you can take it out when you need to clear countertop buildup.
3 Wipe off the oil
Choose your preferred degreaser (make sure it's safe to use on quartz) and spray it liberally on the quartz countertop. Make sure the spray doesn't contain any bleach, as this could damage your Carina Stone countertops. If you're going to use disinfecting wipes, they must also be bleach-free.
1 High temperature protection
To protect your quartz countertops from the heat, you can use mats or tripods to hold your stock pots, hot pots, and electric wok pans. You should not place very hot objects directly on the quartz stone, as this may damage the countertop. If you're drinking something like citrus, be sure to use coasters.
2 Clean up spills
Even if an engineered stone like quartz will only hold up to a stain for a short period of time, you shouldn't let the stain stay there for too long. If you do, you still risk damaging the countertop. Permanent stains may appear if the spill is coffee, wine or tea. be careful.
3 Stay away from strong cleaners
Using strong alkaline or acidic cleaners can damage your quartz countertops. Keep away from nail polish, oven cleaner, turpentine, drain cleaner, bleach, methylene chloride and all other irritants.
4 Use a cutting board
It may be tempting to cut and chop food directly on quartz because it's durable and hard, but we don't recommend it. We encourage you to keep a cutting board on site and use it when chopping, slicing and dicing.
If you maintain your faux quartz countertops, you can spend less time cleaning them and more time admiring your gorgeous setting. Whether it's a kitchen, bathroom, or bedroom window sill, with a little effort, you can reap long-term benefits and beautiful rooms.