With holidays and celebrations, my kitchen has the most traffic in the house, from my nices and nephews drawing, DIY projects, girls pampering nights, to baking.., I don't have to worry about my countertops being ruined or scratched. And that is seriously why my whole house has stone everywhere (and also- because my family owns the stone business hehe)- but non-the less, the solid stone surfaces make life so much easier and worry free. Here is a simple way of taking care of your Caesarstone Quartz surfaces. Caesarstone is resistant to cracks, scratches and stains. However, like most materials, excessive force and/or pressure from objects can damage the surface.
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Caesarstone Quartz is non-porous and durable, stain, scratch, and *high heat resistant. You’ll never need to use any sealer or wax, maintenance is virtually care-free.
Easy care instructions for cleaning up:
- Red wine
- Pen marks
- Key/metal marks
- Nail polish
*Caesarstone is structurally more heat resistant in comparison to other stones. However, any stone material can potentially be damaged by sudden and rapid temperature changes, especially near the edges. Therefore, using inexpensive and readily available hot pads or trivets is always recommended, especially when using cooking units such as electric frying pans, crock pots, or roaster ovens. We do not advise putting hot cookware directly on the Caesarstone surface.