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Optimal care & maintenance starts with expert knowledge.

Caesarstone countertops play a pivotal role in the dynamics of household life. Our easy-to-implement care & maintenance guidelines provide your customers with maximum peace of mind.

Simple Quartz & Mineral Countertop Maintenance

Here's an outline of the common stain categories – and the best ways to handle them.

Cooking Stains

We recommend using a basic kitchen or glass cleaner for cooking stains such as greasy sauces or oil.

Coffee & Wine Stains

All-purpose cleaners usually do the trick. If not, we recommend soft scrub gel with bleach – and closely following instructions.


Hard water spots can be removed with a bleach-based limescale & grime cleaner or by mixing white vinegar and water.


Rust stains can be removed with a small amount of Bar Keepers Friend® cleaner or oxalic acid on a damp cloth.

Cosmetics Stains

Eyeliner and lipstick stains – or any oily makeup stain, for that matter – can be removed with a multipurpose cleaner.

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The Surface Care Essentials

The following are surface care priorities for Quartz and Mineral surface owners. Easy to remember, easy to implement.

Prevent Patina

Liquid spills and splashes must be wiped immediately. The surface should always be kept dry.

Dark Surfaces

Patina and stains may be more noticeable. Cream-textured cleaning products are not recommended.

Heat Caution

Hot cookware should always be placed on trivet and hot pads

Avoiding Scratches

Using a cutting board and clearing away sharp utensils is crucial


Prolonged exposure may damage the surface. Chemicals with high or low pH levels should be used with caution.

Cleaning Products

It is important to check each cleaning product on an inconspicuous area to ensure it doesn’t damage the surface.

More Care & Maintenance Tips for Quartz

Simple Porcelain Countertop Maintenance

These basic yet vital cleaning tips help preserve the exceptional beauty of our porcelain surfaces:

Everyday Cleaning

We recommend using water and a mild detergent or a spray & wipe cleaner – followed by a water rinse and drying with a soft cloth.

Stubborn Stains

We advise using soapy water or a mild detergent such as dishwashing liquid on a microfiber cloth or non-abrasive scourer, followed by water rinsing and drying.

Dried Spills

Dried materials such as food, gum, or nail polish should be carefully scraped off with a putty knife. The surface should then be wiped with a damp cloth.

Limescale Removal

To remove limescale, we recommend using trusted antibacterial bleach-based kitchen cleaner sprays.

The Countertop Care Essentials

Our porcelain countertops offer countless advantages, including optimal heat and scratch resistance.
Yet surface care is important – and the following easy-to-implement guidelines help ensure long-term satisfaction.

No Oil-Based Cleaning or Polishing

Using oil-based materials can leave an oily film and make the surface more sensitive to staining

Dark Surfaces

Fingerprints, limescale, and other signs of daily life may be more noticeable, requiring more frequent cleaning.

Intact Surface

Its best to avoid hard knocks on exposed areas, particularly on edges.

Avoiding Scratches

Using a cutting board and protecting the surface from sharp objects is recommended

No Hydrofluoric Acid

Using hydrofluoric acid or materials that contain it can damage the surface.

Cleaning Products

It is important to check each cleaning product on an inconspicuous area to ensure it doesn’t damage the surface.

Natural Stone Countertop Maintenance

When it comes to preserving natural stone countertops, sticking to a specific care & maintenance routine makes a world of difference:


Unwanted remains should be removed with a dry paper towel. Daily stain cleaning requires water and a damp cloth. Wiping the surface with natural stone soap should only executed in case of extremely tough residue.

Annual or Bi-Annual*

Natural stone surfaces tend to accumulate various stains. Investing in an expert annual or bi-annual surface restoration is highly recommended.

*Marble, limestone, or travertine surfaces

Every 2-3 Years*

Resealing is recommended for optimal surface stain protection, material strengthening and preservation of aesthetic qualities.

*Granite surfaces

The Benefits of Sealing

The key to preserving the exquisite aesthetics of a natural stone surface is meticulous care & maintenance. Using a dedicated natural stone cleaner is essential. Sealing is also highly recommended, as it provides the following advantages :

Improves Stain Resistance

Repels Water & Oil

Guards Against Water Spotting

Extends Stone Lifespan

Revitalizes Luster

Preserves Original Color

Strengthens the Stone

Protects Against UV Light

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