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Quartz Countertop Care & Maintenance
Quartz countertops are a beautiful, lustrous choice for any home. Whether you have quartz bathroom counters or kitchen countertops,  you've made an elegant choice. Not only do quartz countertops look fabulous, they're also easy to care for. Here's what you need to  knowabout caring for your quartz countertops. Home builders often specify quartz countertops because they have the look of custom  granite kitchen countertops and they're low maintenance. Unlike natural stone counters, quartz counters do not need to be sealed.  This has to do with the difference in how granite and quartz countertops are made. Quartz bath and kitchen countertops are made from  natural stone, too. However, quartz is combined with polyester resins and pigments in a factory to form 'engineered' countertops.  Theresins and quartz harden into a non-porous, low-maintenance surface. Caring for your newly installed quartz countertops is as  simple as:
Regular cleaning should be done with a mild  soap or detergent and a soft cloth. Make sure  thesoap is non-bleach and non-abrasive.
Although stain resistant, Quartz countertops  are not stain proof. Wipe up liquids as soonas possible. Quartz will resist stains for a short  period of time, but all colored liquids should  becleaned up promptly
A glass or surface cleaner, such as Windex or  any special stone cleaner, can be used for  heavyor dried on stains. Use a non-abrasive  sponge. For deep cleaning, spray a generous amount; leaveon for ten minutes, then wipe  away.If it is a rust stain,we suggest to use the professional rust remover for stone countertops
Scrape away grease, gum, and paint with a  plastic putty knife or razor blade. Use a  degreasingcleanser, formulated for Quartz  countertops, to clean off grease. Rinse away  immediately.
Remove ink or permanent markers carefully  with an oil-based cleaner, like Goo Gone.  Rinsewith warm water immediately after the  stain is removed.Heavy, stuck on, hard to remove stains such as  nail polish can be removed with a mixture of acetone, Ajax, and water. Dilute the Ajax to the  point of minimal abrasiveness. Wipe  awayimmediately.
Use hot pads or trivets for pans, crockpots, and  electric skillets. Quartz can resist temperatures up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can be  damaged by quick changes in temperature.  Alsoknown as “thermal shock.”
Use hot pads or trivets for pans, crockpots, and  electric skillets. Quartz can resist temperatures up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can be  damaged by quick changes in temperature.  Alsoknown as “thermal shock.”
Avoid cleaning with highly acidic or alkaline  cleaners, such as nail polish remover, turpentine,  oven cleaner, bleach, drain cleaners, dishwasher  rinsing agents, etc. Clean immediately witha mild detergent and rinse, if they are spilled.Avoid pressure or force on your countertops,  such as dropping a heavy pot, as it can chipor crack the stone.
When it comes to bathroom and kitchen countertops, homeowners with quartz countertops don't have to spend much time labouring  over cleaning. With their multicoloured patterns, quartz countertops tends to hide crumbs and water droplets so they always look great  even whenyou haven't had a chance to wipe them down. Though they always look good, get into the habit of regularly wiping your  counters. Doing so will keep them sparkling and reduce the amount of time you need to spend on heavier cleaning.