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How to Clean Quartz Countertops

Tips on how to clean your quartz countertop so it looks brand new.


A quartz countertop, black faucet, and black sink with green cabinets, white tile, and a clean modern kitchen design

Quartz is a popular countertop material because of its reputation for being low maintenance. The man-made material is heat-resistant and highly impervious to stains and spills. Despite how easy it is to care for, it still needs some care to make sure it stays perfect. The best part? It only needs some soap and water!


Why Cleaning a Quartz Countertop is Important


Quartz is known for its beauty, but with improper care, that can dwindle away. It is important to clean quartz countertops in kitchens and bathrooms for sanitary reasons and to prevent contamination. Additionally, if quartz is neglected for a long period of time, it will become harder to remove spills and stains.


"If you prepare a meal on your countertop, clean it up when you're done. Another big do for me is going over the countertop with a dry microfiber cloth after cleaning to make the countertop shine." - Warren Weis of Scrub Residential Cleaning

How Often to Clean Quartz Countertops


The best practice is daily cleaning, especially if they are located in a bathroom or kitchen. If located in a low traffic area, clean after each use.


Materials Needed


Have these materials in hand when cleaning a quartz countertop: microfiber cloth, dish soap, water, all purpose cleaner, hydrogen peroxide.


How to Clean


To clean a quartz countertop:

  1. Apply a dab of dish soap and water to a microfiber cloth

  2. Wipe away any food residue, grease, crumbs, or other debris

  3. Use an all purpose cleaner to remove smudges and streaks

  4. Wipe dry with a microfiber cloth


Tips for Quartz Maintenance


The most important tip to maintain a quartz's beauty is to clean any spills immediately and buff regularly with a microfiber cloth.


"Quartz, if left to air dry, can leave streaks but if you immediately wipe the surface dry after cleaning, the results are perfection." - Melissa Poepping from The Chemical Free Home

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