Remember that although your quartz countertops are incredibly durable, they are not cutting boards. Never cut directly on your countertops to avoid scratching the finish and making the stone more vulnerable to staining. If you accidentally scratch the surface, buff the scratches out with a polish such as Gel Gloss. It would help if you used trivets or cutting boards underneath countertop appliances such as crock pots, toaster ovens, or electric frying pans. Do not directly place hot or cold pots and pans on your countertop surface.
Daily cleaning for Quartz is so simple. All needed is a soft cloth or sponge and a little warm water to keep surfaces neat and spotless. Adding a gentle dish soap or cleanser to a rag or sponge will do the trick for bigger messes. Quartz countertops are non-porous, making them resistant to bacteria and staining. For this reason, harsh cleaners like bleach aren't required. In reality, bleach can damage the surface of your Quartz or cause permanent discoloration to the slab. If you need something harder than the initial soap and water, make your quartz countertop cleaner using rubbing alcohol and dish detergent. Mix three parts dish detergent with one part rubbing alcohol. The critical thing to remember about Quartz is that it's piezoelectric. It will vibrate when you put electricity into it and give you electricity when you vibrate it. The quartz crystal oscillator uses piezoelectricity in both directions — at the same time. If you are looking for high quality, high purity, and cost-effective Quartz, or if you require the latest price of Quartz, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.