Warm water and a splash of mild detergent?! If only it were as easy to keep everything else in life clean. That’s why Caesarstone wins hands down when it comes to the care and maintenance department of their stone surface products. But sometimes life can throw your surface a curveball with stubborn, unexpected stains. Here’s what to do…
For those surface effacing stains that take the brilliance out of your stoneware, use a putty knife or a non-scratch pad. Once the bugger is removed, your Caesarstone surface can be polished and be well on its way to looking brand new again. If your surface is still in dire straights, apply a non-abrasive household cleaner to keep the shine in tact. Top this off with a rinse to remove residue.
Of course, if you use any harsh cleaning agents on your Caesarstone surface be warned that it can be damaged! Read the labels and steer clear of chemicals like trichlorethane or methylene chloride. Also, avoid using agents that have high alkaline or pH levels (that would be pH 8.5 or higher). Note that products containing oils or powders may leave a residue and should be rinsed off thoroughly. In the event that your surface is accidentally exposed to any damaging agents, rinse them immediately.
For more information on caring for your Caesarstone surfaces, visit their website at www.caesarstone.co.za.