How to clean quartz countertops.

How to clean quartz countertops.
Home techniques to clean Quartz countertops,

18 thoughts on “How to clean quartz countertops.”

  1. … are making cookie-dough on the counter that you scrubbed with chemicals and didn’t rinse afterwards? Girl, you have to learn about cleaning before showing it on line. Cute alone doesn’t do it ! 

    Avoid cleaning with highly acidic or alkaline cleaners, such as nail polish remover, turpentine, oven cleaner, bleach, drain cleaners, dish washer rinsing agents, trichloroethane or methylene chloride. Clean immediately with a mild detergent and rinse, if they are spilled.

  2. We’ve found denatured alcohol to be a safe cleaner, while sterilizing the surface as well.  Try to avoid using abrasive cleaners and pads, especially on “fine grain” colors, like solid white, etc.

  3. Thank you @Stefanie H and @Armen Hammer, for your feedback and the cleaning tips.  We will take them in consideration for the new video!

  4. It says on Silestone websites repeatedly not to use any bleach or bleach based products on their products. (which is quartz) 

  5. I’m a guy and even I can tell you’re not doing it right girl. You remind me of that girl who was trying to “teach” how to burn curls into her hair, hilarious!

  6. marc Antoine Giunta

    Windex in the long run well damage the raisin that holds together the quartz

  7. DO NOT use or expose quartz surfaces to such products including, but not limited to bleach, oven cleaners, Comet®, ******Soft Scrub®*******, SOS®, products with pumice, batteries, paint removers, furniture strippers, oil soaps, tarnish or silver cleaners, or the like. DO NOT use abrasive or harsh scrub pads. DO NOT apply any sealers, penetrants or topical treatments to quartz surfaces under any circumstances. Such products will wear off and cause the gloss to appear dull or inconsistent.

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