Black quartz countertops are one of the most common minerals on earth. Due to its beauty and shine, it can be an attractive alternative to a granite worktop. Granite is porous and can be stained or have unattractive changes in a large countertop. Quartz worktops are designed professionally and require very little maintenance care.
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Take care of your black quartz countertops seal. Because quartz is non-porous, it does not need to be sealed or protected as granite or other natural stone worktops. It comes with a polished surface that acts as a protective barrier. When using hot dishes on a black quartz countertops, use griddles or saucepans. While countertops can withstand moderate heat, prolonged heat can cause damage.
Clean the worktops with a non-abrasive kitchen cleaner. A vinegar and water solution or hot soapy water works best. If you are looking for a more thorough cleaning, most detergents sold on the shelves in supermarkets will work well, but stay away from detergents containing bleach. Always wipe the worktops with a soft sponge or washcloth. Prevent scratches to be scratched by always using a cutting board when using a knife. Also place glass and bottles or jars of drinks on the glass substrate. Another way to prevent scratches is to place all accessories or hair styling equipment, bottles or lotions on a plant tray or shelf if you have black quartz countertops in the bathroom.
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