Do Quartz Countertops Stain?
Although quartz is stain resistant, there may be a chance to develop some type of temporary surface stain over a extended period of time. The chance is minimal but after leaving your quartz surface with harsh/acidic chemically enhanced foods/dressing's/beverages for a long time you increase those odds. While it is recommended to clean your quartz countertops upon spillage, we realize that sometimes you get busy and may forget. So what should you do to fix the issue? Before making arrangements to have a third party professional help, contact your nearest Verona Quartz retailer/store.
The great news is that those faint stains can be removed, read along to learn how.
The manufacturing process for engineered stone makes quartz the great countertop choice. Quartz stone is pressed and cured for a vast amount of time ensuring the impenetrable surface.
We process and manufacture our surfaces using stable polymers with high chemical resistance so our quartz countertop slabs are safe for food preparation.
Typically surface stains are removed rather easily, if you take the right steps! Understanding more about your countertops can help prevent issues down the road.
So lets dive into quartz countertop facts:
Quartz Is Stain Resistant
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Anti-Microbial / Anti-Bacterial
Indoor Air Quality Safe Certified (Green Guard)
No Sealing Or On Going Maintenance Required
If you would like to DIY your quartz countertop care, by all means feel free to do so. Some great products that we recommend to our vast clientele is:
Bar Keepers Friend
Sparkling Brown Quartz
Using these methods acquainted with time you should get those stains right out, just use the right amount of product and time. With proper precautions in place these quartz countertop cleaning products will do great.
If we haven't made it clear, we'd like to extend help which is why we make informational posts breaking all of this down. Our staff of stone professionals is on call Monday-Saturday 8:00-5:00 PST. Visit us on: contact page to make a direct request for any help quartz stone related!
Our general email for any quartz countertop help is: firstname.lastname@example.org