Quartz Care

How to maintain quartz surfaces

                                                                                                  

Care-free Maintenance

Caesarstone surfaces will keep their enduring luster and beauty for years to come, with minimal effort. Warm water and a splash of mild detergent is all that’s required to keep them looking their best, and to make things even easier - there’s no need to wax or seal.
Temperature Control
Quartz is highly heat resistant and is both durable and hard-wearing. But even the surfaces need protection from very high temperatures - a pad or trivet placed between countertop and hot object will do the trick.

Quartz is more heat resistant than other stone surfaces including most granite, marble and limestone; and is not affected by temperatures lower than 150°C (300°F). However, like all stone material, Quartz can be damaged by sudden and rapid temperature changes.

Therefore, we suggest that hot pots and pans never be directly placed on the surface. We also recommend a hot pad or trivet be placed on the surface under cooking units such as electric frying pans, crock pots, or roaster ovens.
Remove even Stubborn Spills and Stains Easily
Life’s inevitable spills and stains can usually be cleaned up effortlessly with soap and water.  More stubborn stains may require a putty knife or non scratch pad -leaving surfaces ready to be polished to their former brilliance.

It’s important to be aware that like any other surface, quartz can be permanently damaged if exposed to strong chemicals and solvents that can damage its physical properties. Never clean your quartz surface with products that contain Trichlorethane or Methylene chloride, such as paint removers or strippers.

Avoid the use of highly aggressive cleaning agents such as oven/grill cleaners and dishwasher polishing agents that have high alkaline/pH levels (pH 8.5 or higher). Products containing oils or powders may leave a residue and should be rinsed off thoroughly.

Should your surface accidentally be exposed to any of these damaging products, rinse immediately with clean water to neutralize the effect.
What not to use
Quartz surfaces, just like other surfaces, can be damaged by strong chemicals and solvents. Don’t be tempted to use abrasive agents, such as oven or dishwasher cleaners on your surfaces. If they do come into contact with a non-recommended product, rinse thoroughly in clean water.

If needed, apply a non-abrasive household cleaners (a non-abrasive cleaner will not dull the surface shine) and rinse to remove residue. To remove adhered material such as food, gum, nail polish or even dried paint, first scrape away excess material with a plastic putty knife and then use a damp cloth to remove any marks or residual dirt.