Cleaning Tips & Hacks

Removing Tough Stains From Your Quartz Worktops

Step 1: Removing Tough Stains from Your Quartz Worktops

To remove tough stains from your Quartz Worktops you will need the Quartz Deep Clean & Stain Remover Maintenance Kit. Take a wet cloth and dampen the area of the stain. Pour some deep cleaner Powder Pro directly onto the stain and mix with a tablespoon of water to form a paste. Let it sit on the stain for 5 to 10 minutes before you wipe it off. Repeat the process if required.

Step 2: Worktop Clean

Next, you are going to want to clean the worktop with Quean Clean Worktop Clean. Spray the surface with worktop clean and leave to sit for 5 minutes. Wipe with a microfibre cloth.

Step 3: Deep Clean Quartz With worktop treatment polish

Take the Quean Clean Quartz treatment polish and spray it on your quartz worktops. Let the polish sit for a few minutes before you wipe down the counters using a microfibre cloth. Once the polish treatment has been wiped into the surface, buff with a dry microfibre cloth to restore the natural lustre. Removing Tough Stains from Your Quartz Worktops shouldn’t be worry if you’ve followed these simple steps.

removing tough stains from your Quartz Worktops

Preventing Quartz Countertop Damage

Step 1: Clean Up Spills Immediately

Even though engineered stone like quartz will resist stains for only a small period, you should not let the stains just sit there for too long. You still run the risk of damaging your worktops if you do. You should clean quartz as soon as the spill happens. You can use Quean Clean worktop clean to clean up the spill.

Step 2: Quartz Worktop Protection

Protect your quartz worktops, you should build up a weekly layer of the Quean Clean treatment polish. You do not want to place an object that is extremely hot, directly on your quartz because it will damage the countertop, so use a heat mat. If you will be sipping on citrus-like drinks, make sure to use coasters. Citrus liquids don’t mesh well with quartz worktops.

Step 3: Use A Cutting Board

Cutting and chopping food directly on your quartz can be tempting because quartz is durable and hard, but we do not recommend it. We encourage you to keep a cutting board in the kitchen and use it when chopping, cutting, and slicing food. Quartz is scratch-resistant, but they are not scratch-proof. Another reason why cutting boards matter is because your knives will be blunt if used on Quartz. The great news is that our worktop clean can be used to clean your chopping board as it kills 99.9% of germs including MRSA.

Step 4. Stay Away from Harsh Cleaners

Using highly alkaline or acidic cleaners will hurt your quartz worktops, according to indirect.gov.uk. If an extremely acidic or alkaline solution falls on your worktops run and grab a wet cloth dipped in water and mild detergent, then clean it up. Keep nail polish, oven cleaner, turpentine, drain cleaners, bleach, methylene chloride, and all other harsh agents away. Use an approved system by Quean Clean.

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