Quartz countertops are made from natural quartz, one of the hardest minerals found in the Earth, and small amounts of glass or metallic flecks are added to create variety, resulting in beautiful countertops. Another advantage of quartz is that it is a non-porous material, its texture does not allow bacteria to grow, and resists against stains, protecting your family and making kitchen clean-up easy. For this reason, quartz countertops never need to be sealed.
How to Clean
Quartz requires a simple routine care to maintain. Cleaning with a damp cloth and a liquid detergent will do the job. Because quartz is impervious to stains, it will withstand daily exposure. Just wipe away and the surface is like new again. Adhered materials like food can be scraped away with a plastic putty knife; any marks left by the blade can be removed with Soft Scrub Liquid Gel.
Any multi-purpose cleaner or detergent with a neutral pH can be used on stains. If it still persists, use a non-abrasive scouring pad to shift the dirt. It won’t damage the tough surface. Cleaning liquids like KleenWarrior® are also good for removing stains that seem to be hard to remove at first.