Quartz has a non-porous surface that is highly resistant to staining. Even the most persistent liquids, such as coffee or wine will not stand a chance against such a sleek surface.
Always use a cutting board and never directly on the Quartz Stone surface to avoid blunting kitchen knives or damaging the surface
Quartz can be used for kitchen, bathroom and hallway floors, wall cladding, countertops… The only downside is that it is recommended for indoor use only.
Quartz is substantially harder than natural stone and highly resistant to scratching. To avoid damage of the surface refraining from the use of sharp objects.
Maintaining of quartz is very easy- you should clean it with just soap and water. Additionally, it doesn’t need sealing, unlike many other similar stones.
Heat Tolerance on Quartz is structurally more resistant to heat than other surfaces. Like any other stone tops, excessive heat may cause damage. We recommend the use of a hot pad when placing hot cooking units on the surface.
Quartz is more affordable than stones, such as marble and granite. It will make a very smart investment and will last for a significant amount of time, without fading.
Quartz is a great way to bring luxury and elegance to your home without breaking the bank.
With quartz, you are getting a product that will perform excellently for a significant amount of time.
Quartz will be very durable and sturdy no matter what you are using it.
Accidentally exposed to any damaging products, rinse immediately with water to neutralize the effect.
Quartz is easy to maintenance has there is no seal require to maintenance shine and brightness.
Stay away from any cleaning products that contain trichloroethane or methylene chloride as this may damage the material.
Quartz is mainly used indoor not recommended for outdoor use.
If space is limited lighter colors can be used to brighten the area.
Like natural stone, quartz slabs are very heavy. And though the added resins make them more flexible, they, too, can crack if not properly handled.
Choose quartz because it’s gorgeous, strong, and less fussy about maintenance than granite and marble.
Don’t be afraid to live your life fully with quartz—roll dough on it, make it your go-to buffet, encourage guests with brimming wine glasses to gather round
Although quartz is stain resistant, it’s not dust or dirt proof. Wipe daily with a damp cloth or a sponge with a dot of dish detergent. Dry with a microfiber cloth to make the counters shine.
Wipe spills with a wet dishcloth as soon as you spot them.
Quartz countertops are one of the mostlow maintenance countertops. You will love the ease of the worry-free use of your kitchen. And if you follow these basic do’s and don’ts, you’ll be enjoying that gorgeous, carefree kitchen for many years to come!