s make your kitchen seem refined and stylish, typically adding a pop of color to match you design. Quartz’s great qualities include its quality, durability, the capability to shine, or matte. Quartz is relatively easy to clean after installation. In this video we’ll review the best ways to clean your new quartz counters.
Quartz is a non-porous material which means that the spills and staining have none of a chance to get into the counter. Quartz naturally resists staining or yellowing which makes maintenance easier. Because of its durability, quartz is nearly unbreakable, which makes it the ideal material for kitchens. In terms of care, quartz rarely needs any attention other than spill cleanup. Quartz countertops are not porous, so you don’t need to worry about staining, except if you have a large spill in the countertop that lasts for several days. Just use a clean cloth or household cleaner to clean your quartz countertops each now every now and then.