Quartz Countertops Maintenance

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Specialists in countertops as our name implies, Imperial Counters installs these items for households across the area. One such highly sought after type are quartz countertops. Minneapolis and nearby residents have been acquiring their luxurious countertop needs from us for some time. As such, we see ourselves as expert in all things quartz countertops, including their care and general upkeep. Please see below for some worthy tips on keeping your quartz countertops looking great for years or even decades to come.

A very durable type of countertop, quartz is a very popular choice. The sheer variety in patterning and color scheme has made it so that people keep acquiring this attractiove stone surface for their counters in kitchens, bathrooms and beyond.

Maintaining a lofty look is very simple. Give your quartz countertops a daily wipe down. One trip over the entire surface should be all that is required. Use warm water and a gentle cloth. When a spill occurs, do as any rational and functional human being would do and wipe them up immediately so as to not allow the liquid to dry on the surface. Should a spill occur that for one reason or another stubbornly clings to the surface, upgrade your implement from a soft cloth to a non-abrasive sponge or cleaning pad. Apply gentle pressure. If this does not work, step your implement up again to steel wool, which will get the job done.   

Always use trivets, heating pads and cutting boards with quartz countertops. Though they are heat and scratch resistant, it is recommended that you apply such common sense to common hot items or cuttable edibles found within a kitchen. Better safe than sorry.

When it comes to using standard cleaning products found in the marketplace, avoid bleach or anything that contains it. Cleaners that bring with it high pH levels (think oven cleaners and solvents) should not be put to use with your quartz countertops.

Other simple common sense practices apply like keeping permanent markers away from the surface of your quartz countertops. Common sense rules the day in their upkeep, do not take chances on blemishing your quartz countertops through carelessness.

Quartz countertops are a blend (93% quartz, 7% resins and binding agents). There will be no need to wax or reseal your quartz countertops, due to this. They will maintain there shiny veneer so long as you hold up your end of the deal in the form of simple maintenance and common sense.

Are you interested in getting more information about quartz countertops in Minneapolis? Call Imperial Counters at 651-437-3903 or you can contact us for a Free Online Estimate.

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