Quartz Maintenance Guide
To keep your quartz surface, wipe over using a damp cloth or sponge with a neutral detergent.
For daily maintenance of your quartz surface, wipe over using a damp cloth or sponge with a neutral detergent.
Use a chopping board
Do not cut directly on the surface. Generally, quartz is harder than metal so sharp objects such as knives may leave a metal residue.
Use heat protection
Always place anything directly from the oven or hob onto heat pads and stands to protect the surface from extreme heat.
Remove stubborn marks with a non-abrasive pad or cloth and cream cleaner
For marks that cannot be removed with warm soapy water, rub over the area with the pad or cloth and a cream cleaner such as Astonish or Cif.
Avoid contact with chemicals containing a high or low Ph
Never let products that are acidic (eg. Hydrogen peroxide) or alkaline (eg. caustic oven cleaner) come into contact with your quartz surface.
Do not use products labelled as a Natural Stone Cleaner
These are designed for porous stone such as granite and marble, so the product will simply sit on the surface of quartz.