Please refer to the manufacturer of your particular quartz brand for more detailed and specific information regarding care and maintenance. This is to serve as general guidance for engineered quartz, however your particular manufacturer may offer additional or alternative guidance.

Coasters: Use coasters under all glasses, particularly those containing alcohol or citrus juices.

Trivets: Quartz is a heat resistant product, but not heat proof. It is recommended that you never place hot objects directly on the worktop, but rather use mats and pads to place these objects.

Spills: Blot the spill with a paper towel immediately. Don’t wipe the area, it will spread the spill. Flush the area with water and mild soap and rinse several times. Dry the area thoroughly with a soft cloth. Repeat as necessary.

Cutting Boards: Although quartz is one of the hardest materials available for countertops, we recommend using cutting boards for proper conservation.


  • Due to its physical and chemical characteristics and no porosity, quartz only requires regular cleaning, using a neutral pH product/detergent, rinsing it with water, and drying it with a cloth or paper towel.

  • Quartz surfaces should not be re-polished or refinished under any circumstances, even quartz floors or countertops. Altering the finish of the product may void your warranty.


  • To remove stains, dilute a small amount of neutral pH detergent in warm water, rub the stain with a cloth in a circular motion, and rinse immediately with water.

  • To remove a dried lime stain, pour vinegar (or some diluted light acid) or use non-abrasive cleaners for cleaning the lime stain, applied over the surface. Leave for no longer than one minute, then rinse thoroughly with water.


  • Quartz should not be used or stored outdoors, or in any place under intense sunlight or in places where the product is exposed to UV lamps

  • Never use paint stripper, caustic soda, degreasers, products with a high pH or chlorine base, oven or toilet cleaners, furniture polish, oily soaps, products which contain hydrofluoric acid, or dichloromethane.

  • If you must use bleach or solvents, rinse them with water and never leave them in contact with the surface for a long time.


• Quartz surfaces do not need any sealers. Check with your manufacturer for accuracy.

• Contact your distributor or manufacturer for warranty information.