Quartz worktops require very little maintenance as its unique production process creates a surface with low porosity, which prevents fluid absorption. Under normal circumstances, day to day cleaning is handled using a mild detergent and warm water to wash down the worktops. You can then dry the surface by using a paper towel, and then using a dry soft cloth, you can buff your worktops to a shine.
Quartz has a low porosity so it does not need the application of any surface sealants. It is also naturally highly resistant to surface staining from cooking oils, wine, coffee, and other products. Any stubborn stains or dried spills should be removed by firstly wiping the area clean with warm water, and then by applying Cif or another recommended cleaning product. Lastly, using a soft dry cloth, you can buff your worktops to a shine.
Quartz is extremely resistant to heat and it can withstand high temperatures for brief periods of time without damage, however it can be damaged by sudden and extreme temperature changes which shocks the colour. For this reason we strongly recommend using trivets or pot stands to protect the surface.