Installing quartz countertops is a smart choice for homeowners. Not only does natural stonework look beautiful, but it also has relatively low maintenance. When shopping for quartz countertops in Colorado Springs, rest assured that you are purchasing a stain-resistant product with long-lasting attributes.
Keep in mind as you clean the quartz countertops that the material is non-porous. This prevents mold, mildew and dirt from becoming lodged in the countertops and causing problems in the future.
Easy Step-by-Step Granite Countertop Cleaning
The first step is to mop up spills right away on the countertops. When liquids dry, it can be tougher to remove and require scrubbing. Since you don’t want to use abrasive products, try to clean the quartz before any spills dry. Although quartz countertops are non-porous, they can be scratched.
Wipe the countertop with a damp cloth or paper towel. Water is often good enough to address most countertop stains. However, you may use a small amount of non-abrasive cleaner. Never use products that contain bleach or solvents.
Clean up dried stains with a sponge and natural scrubbing power. For resistant stains from gum and food, you may need a putty knife to pry off the debris. To deeply clean after removing the stains, spray the non-abrasive cleaner and allow the product to settle for approximately 5 to 10 minutes before wiping off with the soft sponge. Rinse surfaces thoroughly with warm water and a cloth.
Certain products should not come into contact with your quartz countertops. Keep nail polish removers and permanent markers out of range of your counters. If permanent markers do get on the stonework, you may use a product like Goo Gone to erase any stains.
Quartz countertops are durable and won’t take up a lot of your time to clean. As long as you protect the countertops from sharp objects and extreme heat, the stone will last for years to come. Contact us now to learn more about our line of quartz countertops in Colorado Springs.