If you have a quartz countertop installed on your kitchen, it is important for you to know how and when to clean it!
First of all, you need to know that quartz, as a material, is designed in such a way that requires minimum maintenance during its lifetime. It is constructed in such a way as not to be porous, meaning that it does not absorb.
For this exact reason, cleaning with a cloth or a sponge using dishwashing liquid or water after each use will be quite enough for its preservation.
For more stubborn stains from foods, such as oil, you can use a small amount of Jif Cream on the green surface of a sponge. We also recommend using Jif immediately after installing your quartz countertop.
Following these simple steps you can rest assured that your quartz countertop will keep its shiny surface for decades to come.