FAQ for daily use and maintenance of quartz stone countertops
Q: Can high temperature objects be placed directly or permanently on a quartz stone countertop?
A: No! Hot pots, hot pots, or other overheated appliances that are taken directly from the cooktop or oven or microwave oven may cause damage to the surface of the quartz stone. Use a pot holder with a rubber feet or a pad on the table.
Q: Can I use quartz stone countertops as cutting boards?
A: No! Please cut the cutting board when cutting vegetables. Although the quartz stone countertop is solid and durable, cutting the vegetables directly on the quartz stone countertop will leave unsightly scratches. If you accidentally leave a knife mark, you can use a 180-400 mesh sandpaper to lightly rub the surface according to the depth of the knife mark, and then use a scouring pad to process it again.
Q: Why should the quartz stone surface be kept as dry as possible?
A: Because the water contains a lot of bleach and scale, the residence time will be too long, which will make the color of the table surface lighter and affect the appearance. If this happens, please use 600#-1200# water sandpaper to wipe, dry and spray "Bi Lizhu".
Q: Why should we prevent strong chemicals from contacting the surface of quartz stone?
A: Quartz stone has long-lasting resistance to damage, but it is still necessary to avoid contact with strong chemicals, such as paint, metal cleaners, and stove cleaners. Do not touch methylene chloride, acetone (nail polish), strong acid cleaner. In case of accidental contact with the above items, immediately flush the surface of the quartz stone with plenty of soapy water. If it is stained with nail polish, wash it with acetone-free detergent (eg, water, alcohol) and rinse with water. Do not allow excessively heavy or sharp objects to directly impact the surface: do not rinse with cold water and then boil with boiling water.
Q: How to remove most of the stains and dirt on the surface of the quartz stone?
A: Wash with soapy water or detergent containing ammonia (eg detergent).
Q: How to remove the scale on the surface of quartz stone?
A: Remove the scale with a damp cloth and wipe it off with a dry cloth.
Q: How do I get the knife marks, burn marks and scratches on the quartz stone?
A: If the finish is required to be matte, use 400-600 mesh sandpaper to polish until the knife marks disappear, then use detergent and scouring pad to restore the original shape.