How To Clean Granite and Quartz Countertops
Without question quartz and granite surfaces continue to rise in popularity and are becoming the norm in many household kitchens. More and more people are looking to the internet for help on how to clean:
- Hard water spots
- Mineral deposits
- Soap scum build-up
Undoubtedly, you can find countless opinions on this subject. Some of the information I come across is good. However, as an industry professional for more then 25 years, I consider a lot of what I read to be misattributed.
The most important thing a consumer needs to know about the care and maintenance of natural stone, engineered stones and quartz countertops, is to always use a pH neutral or pH balanced cleaner. This insures that the cleaner is gentile enough for natural stone and will not harm the surface or it's sealer.