4 Things To Avoid Doing With Quartz Countertops


Here are the key things to avoid when cleaning your quartz countertops to ensure they last for a lifetime.

When it comes to quartz countertops, there are some precautions you’ll definitely want to take into account to ensure they can withstand the test of time. In fact, if you have quartz countertops in your home — whether it’s your kitchen or bathroom — then it becomes increasingly important to take the time to make sure you avoid the key misconceptions about properly cleaning them as well. The reality is, quartz countertops are typically easy to maintain. Ultimately, knowing the do’s and don’ts of effectively and efficiently cleaning your quartz countertops will ensure that you can rest easy knowing you haven’t messed up your countertops over time. Here are the key things to avoid when cleaning your quartz countertops. 

Avoid any Harsh Cleaning Chemicals

For the most part, it’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your quartz countertops. In fact, when cleaning your quartz countertops, it’s beneficial to avoid any household cleaners that contain toxic or harmful ingredients. The reality is, there are so many non-toxic and eco-friendly household cleaners available on the market these days that it’s easier than you think to find a household cleaner that will work well for your quartz countertops. Ultimately, most household cleaners do contain harsh and harmful chemicals which is precisely why checking the ingredients in all your household cleaners is key.

Avoid Harsh Scrubbers

Another thing you’ll want to avoid is using any harsh scrubbing pads when cleaning your quartz countertops. In fact, despite quartz being a durable surface and material, it doesn’t necessarily need to be scrubbed too aggressively to get it to be clean. The reality is, steel wool should absolutely not be used for your quartz countertops. Ultimately choosing less harsh scrubbing materials is always ideal for quartz countertops.

Avoid Sharp Metals

Similarly, it becomes important for homeowners to make sure they don’t use any sharp metals in their cleaning processes. For the most part, sharp metals tend to make an appearance after your home has been painted and the paint might end up on your countertop. In fact, it’s often best to cover your quartz countertops if you expect to do any type of home renovation to ensure that the quartz stays clean overall. The reality is, using a plastic tool if some paint does make its way on your quartz countertops is the best way to go.

Avoid Sealing Your Quartz Countertops

While granite countertops will require proper sealant, quartz countertops don’t need it. In fact, since quartz is a natural stone, there is no need to seal it. The reality is, you don’t need to worry about bacteria settling on your quartz countertops due to the natural levels of resin within the material itself.


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