Easy to care,
simple to maintain
We produce surfaces that are incredibly durable and nonporous, so they’re virtually maintenance-free. For daily routine care, just follow the simple tips below to benefit from timeless performance and appearance.
Keep your surface safe
Simple CleaningA splash of warm soapy water will do
Removing StainsGently rub with an approved cleaner and rinse
Cleaning ProductsUse your regular home cleaning products
Preventing PatinaWipe away any liquid spills and splashes. The surface should always be kept dry
Caring for Dark SurfacesPatina and stains may be more noticeable. Cream-colored cleaning products are not recommended
Avoiding ScratchesAlways use a cutting board and clear away sharp objects
Heat CautionAlways place hot cookware on a trivet or hot pad
ChemicalsProlonged exposure may damage the surface. Chemicals with high or low pH levels should be used with caution.
Wipe the surface with a soft cloth or a non-abrasive scourer dipped in warm water mixed with a mild detergent. Thoroughly rinse with water, and dry with a soft cloth or paper towel.
Always wipe up wet spills, to prevent patina from forming.
Check each cleaning product first on an inconspicuous area to ensure that it doesn’t damage the surface. The patina build-up may look like a light-coloured stain.
Please note that Honed, Concrete and Rough finishes require more cleaning than our Polished finishes, and metalmarks, fingerprints and other signs of daily living may be more visible. However, most of these marks can be removed with little effort and non-abrasive cleaning products such as CIF cream or Cilit Bang Bleach & Hygiene.
Gently rub the area using a soft cloth or paper towel with an approved cleaner.
Clean a larger area rather than the stain itself, in a circular motion.
Rinse with water, and dry with a soft cloth or paper towel.
Repeat this process if the stain is still visible.
Reanimate dried spills and stains with water for several minutes
Apply CIF cream with Bleach in a circular motion.
Clean the surface with a damp cloth or paper towel.
Rust & Metal Marks
Place a small amount of Barkeeper’s Friend® power spray or oxalic acid on a damp cloth. Do not use an abrasive scourer.
Wipe away very gently, in a circular motion.
Rinse thoroughly with warm water, and dry with a soft cloth or paper towel.
Follow these instructions carefully to avoid damaging the surface.
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Top Care and Maintenance FAQ
Do quartz surfaces require sealing?
Our quartz surfaces are highly resistant to just about anything, including cracks, scratches, and stains because they are non-porous. This also eliminates the need for sealing or polishing and reduces bacterial growth potential. You never need to apply a sealer to any Caesarstone surface.
How do I remove stubborn stains?
Gently rub the area using a soft cloth or paper towel with an approved cleaner. Clean a larger size than the stain itself in a circular motion. Rinse with water, and dry with a soft cloth or paper towel. Repeat the process if the stain is still visible.
Is caring for Caesarstone surfaces really that easy?
Caesarstone surfaces are durable and nonporous, making them virtually maintenance-free.
Our carefree maintenance and everlasting benefits in performance and appearance give you peace of mind, knowing your surface is completely safe and durable.
How do I clean my surface regularly?
A splash of warm water and soap or a mild detergent for everyday routine cleaning will do. Plant oil-based soaps should be avoided. Our surfaces are extremely strong, nonporous, and stain-resistant, so wipe with a soft cloth or dip in warm soapy water, then rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth or paper towel.
For tougher blemishes, apply a non-abrasive cleaner or a mild degreaser on a damp cloth and wipe the surface. Rinse with warm water to wash away the residue and dry with a paper towel; your surface is as good as new! Doing a deep cleaning once a month is recommended to prevent patina buildup.
It’s always good to wipe away wet spills immediately, to prevent a patina from building up.
Finishes other than Polished may need more daily maintenance due to their unique patterns and finishes.
How to remove dried spills?
First, reanimate the spill with water for several minutes to remove adhered material. Then, follow our recommended cleaning methods and clean the surface with a damp cloth to remove any leftover marks and any residual dirt. Do not use any abrasive pads to clean tougher dirt, as they can damage the finish and sheen of your surface.