Quartz Care Guide

Clean with water and a mild cleaning agent

For daily maintenance, wipe over the surface using a damp cloth with a neutral detergent. For ease of removal, we recommend to wipe off any spill as they happen.

Use a chopping board

We advise to use a chopping board rather than cutting directly on the surface. Quartz is harder than metal so sharp objects such as knives may leave a metal residue on the worktop.

Use heat protection

Always place items from the oven or hob onto heat pads or stands to protect the surface. Although Quartz has a high heat resistance, a sudden change in temperature can cause thermal shock.

Remove stubborn marks with a cream cleaner

For more stubborn spills that cannot be removed with water, rub over the area with a nonabrasive scouring pad and a cream cleaner such as Astonish.

Avoid harsh chemicals with a high or low Ph

Never let products that are very acidic (such as Hydrogen peroxide) or alkaline (such as caustic oven cleaner) come into contact with your Quartz surface. If this happens rinse immediately with plenty of clean water.

Do not use a Natural Stone Cleaner

Natural stone cleaners are designed for porous stone such as granite and marble. Applying to a Quartz worktop can result in a build up of product, leaving a dull film on the surface which may be difficult to remove.

Granite Care Guide

Clean with water and a mild cleaning agent

For daily maintenance, wipe over the surface using a damp cloth with a neutral detergent. For ease of removal, we recommend to wipe off any spills as they happen.

Use a chopping board

We advise to use a chopping board rather than cutting directly on the surface. Granite is harder than metal so sharp objects such as knives may leave a metal residue on the worktop.

Use heat protection

Always place items from the oven or hob onto heat pads or stands to protect the surface. Although Granite has a high heat resistance, a sudden change in temperature can cause thermal shock.

Remove stubborn marks with natural stone cleaner

For more stubborn spills that
cannot be removed with water, rub over the area with a non-abrasive scouring pad and natural stone cleaner product.

Avoid harsh chemicals with a high or low Ph

Never let products that are very acidic (such as Hydrogen peroxide) or alkaline (such as caustic oven cleaner) come into contact with your Granite surface. If this happens rinse immediately with plenty of clean water.

Avoid Impact from hard objects

Care should be exercised to prevent striking the surface with any hard or heavy objects. Although Granite is hard and durable it can be vulnerable on leading edges, particularly around undermounted sink cut outs.

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