Caring for Quartz Bathroom Countertops

Caring for Quartz Bathroom Countertops

Caring for Quartz Bathroom Countertops

Quartz bathroom countertops are famous in the Franklin, Tennessee area for being nearly indestructible. They do, however, have their limits and a few care tips that will help them last their longest.

Read this article to learn more about caring for your quartz bathroom countertops.

Cleaning your quartz bathroom countertops

Cleaning up quartz bathroom countertops is simple thanks to their non-porous nature. You don’t need to dump a bunch of chemicals on them to get them clean. In fact, all you really need to clean a quartz bathroom countertop is a soft cloth or sponge, mild soap in warm water, and a dry cloth for drying it off. This will handle 99% of your quartz bathroom countertop cleaning needs.

For more stubborn messes, start with a putty knife and scrape carefully at any residue. Then use a mild household cleaner. 409 and Fantastik are two options that are readily available in the Franklin, Tennessee area. Soak the dirty area for as long as ten minutes in these solutions and then clean them away with lots of water and a dry cloth. A Scotch Brite pad that doesn’t scratch can be used to wipe it away at first to really get at the mess.

Cleaning products to not use on your quartz bathroom countertops

While quartz bathroom countertops are tough, it still isn’t a good idea to use harsh cleaners on them. Yes, they can stand it every now and then, but time and repetition can ruin anything.

Avoid using any high alkaline, or acidic cleaner on your quartz bathroom countertops. Examples of this that are found in the Franklin, Tennessee area often are Comet, Soft Scrub, and SOS. All are terrible choices for cleaning your quartz bathroom countertops.

Paint strippers, silver cleaners, sealers, and furniture stippers are all things to keep off your quartz bathroom countertops as well.

Installing quartz bathroom countertops in your home

If you read the above points and thought that quartz bathroom countertops weren’t strong or durable enough for your home, think again. The advice above is given as a precautionary step, they can handle anything at least once or twice. Time and repetition can ruin any material so avoid using these on your quartz bathroom countertops and they will last longer than the rest of your home!

Call up the Stone World team today to start your bathroom design, and get the long lasting quartz bathroom countertops that will add value to your home.

4 thoughts on “Caring for Quartz Bathroom Countertops

  1. I didn’t know that it would matter what you use to clean a quartz countertop. I guess it does make sense that some cleaners may not react well to quartz or something. I think it would be nice to have quartz countertops, but it will be a while before I can afford it. Thanks for the info!

  2. I was sold a marble sealant by someone who told me I need to seal my quartz countertop. Will it hurt the stone to do so? Also, can I use something like a lysol wipe to disinfect the counter?

    1. Hi Anne,

      Our advice is that quartz counters do not need to be sealed and should not be sealed. All manufacturers recommend using a Ph neutral cleaner, of the clients choosing, to clean their counters. Lysol wipes should not be used unless specifically recommended by the quartz manufacturer who made their quartz counters.

      Please let us know if you have any questions. Feel free to call us at 615-610-1353

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