Custom quartz countertops are the first thing you notice when you enter a newly-renovated kitchen. These gorgeous slabs make your kitchen seem luxurious and classy, often adding a pop of color to match you kitchen decor. Some of the great things about quartz are it’s durability and ability to be shiny or matte. The best thing about quartz, however, is that it doesn’t require too much upkeep after it is installed.
In this video, we will take a look at the best ways to clean your custom quartz countertops.
Quartz is a non-porous stone, meaning that spills and stains have almost no way of entering the counter. This naturally repels any yellowing or staining, making maintenance a million times easier. Quartz durability also makes it almost impossible to chip, making it the perfect material for your kitchen. In terms of care, quartz rarely needs any attention other than spill cleanup. Due to the non-porous surface, you don’t need to worry about staining unless you leave a vibrant spill on your counter for days on end. Simply use a damp cloth and household cleaner to wash your quartz countertops every now and then.