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Welcome to the world of Silestone, a premier choice for countertop surfaces known for its durability and elegance. Learn the right way to clean and maintain your Silestone surfaces.

Silestone countertops are not just any quartz counters, they’re a crafted combination of natural quartz, which makes them incredibly hard.

This is what gives Silestone surface their non-porous nature, a feature that is important for a hygienic kitchen environment where spills are common.

You'll need:

– Microfiber cloth – Dish soap (mild soap) – Warm water – Clean cloth (preferably White cloth)

Step-by-Step Guide to Everyday Cleaning

Start with a soft cloth or sponge. Use plenty of water to wet the surface. Add a bit of mild detergent to the cloth.

Wipe in a gentle circular motion; this helps lift dirt without scratching. Rinse with clean water to remove any soap residue. Make sure you dry the surface completely.

Tips for Maintaining Shine: After the day’s cleaning, dry with a microfiber cloth to avoid water spots. Regular cleaning prevents buildup, so don’t skip it – even if the counter doesn’t look dirty.

Dealing with Spills and Stains Act fast! The quicker you address spills, the less likely they’ll stain. Blot spills gently with a paper towel; don’t rub, as it can spread the spill.

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