A Quick Guide: Caring for QuartzPlease check the manufacturer's website for specific recommendations.
One of my most asked about topics includes cleaning and care for countertops. My first response will always be soap and water. However, I know there are cases where a little more may be needed. Check out some of my tips, as gathered from manufacturers websites!
Soap & Water
Soap and Water will always be the first option for cleaning quartz tops. Its generally gentle and effective at cleaning up everyday messes. Remember to use a non-abraisive cloth or sponge.
All-purpose cleaners such as Simple Green, Barkeeper’s Friend and other stone cleaners on the market are recommended by certain manufacturers. I would always check their website prior to purchasing.
Consult the Manufacturer’s website for cleaning tips and their customer service department if needed.
Rinse countertop with water after cleaning.
Use force. Don’t apply pressure greater than the normal weight of your hand. You may end up with dull spots.
Use abraisives. Doing so could cause dull spots or create scratches.