How to maintain the surface of quartz stone

- Sep 03, 2018-


How to maintain the surface of quartz stone?

Quartz stone has the texture of natural stone and beautiful luster. The color is rich and has a strong decorative effect. Because it is synthetic, it is hard and wear-resistant, and it is resistant to high temperature and penetration, and the maintenance is relatively simple. In the usual operation, wipe the countertop with a rag in time, or clean it once a week, and focus on maintenance once a year. Good quartz stone will not be deformed for a long time, and it is environmentally friendly and can reach food grade.

1. The surface of the quartz stone is kept dry to avoid long-term water immersion and prevent the quartz stone from being deformed. It is necessary to prevent the bleaching agent and scale in the water from making the quartz stone lighter in color and affecting the appearance.

2, strictly prevent strong chemicals from contacting quartz stone, paint, metal cleaning agent, stove cleaning agent, methylene chloride, acetone (removing nail polish), strong acid cleaning agent, etc. If you accidentally contact the above items, use immediately Rinse the surface with plenty of soapy water. If you get nail polish, wipe it with a detergent that does not contain acetone (such as alcohol) and rinse with water.

3, do not let too heavy or sharp objects directly impact the surface, oversized or overweight utensils can not be placed on the table top for a long time; do not use cold water to rinse immediately with boiling water.

4. It should be cleaned in time after use. It can be cleaned with soapy water or detergent containing ammonia (such as detergent). For scale, remove the scale with a damp cloth and wipe it with a dry cloth.

5, to avoid direct contact with overheated objects, quartz stone is a brittle polymer composite material, has a certain thermal expansion and contraction characteristics, and there are certain mechanical properties such as shrinkage stress, elongation at break, when the sheet can not withstand thermal expansion and cooling Fracture occurs when the internal stress is reduced.