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Gorgeous... and hard as a rock. Your countertops should be stunning to look at, yet completely utilitarian. How is that possible? Quartz. Quartz is sometimes referred to as “engineered” or “man-made,” but quartz is, in fact, a natural stone. Quartz is one of the hardest minerals on Earth. Because of its strength and abundance, quartz is the definitive choice for every counter surface in your home. Its strength makes quartz your preference for durability, while its abundance makes quartz easy on your pocketbook. And unlike granite or marble, quartz is nonabsorbent, so it does not need sealing, is stain-resistant, and is maintenance-free. Quartz is the perfect choice for smooth strength and unstoppable beauty!



  • absorbs liquids

  • absorbs stains

  • may harbor harmful bacteria

  • requires polishing

  • requires sealing

  • may scratch or chip

  • may not be used for all applications



  • scratches and stains easily

  • may harbor harmful bacteria

  • require frequent maintenance with polishing and sealing

  • easily etched with contact with acidic foods like lemon juice

  • may scratch or chip



  • is not a natural stone

  • is a mixture of water, cement, and an aggregate of sand or gravel

  • porous, requiring sealing

  • may absorb liquids, stains, and harmful bacteria

  • heavy and difficult to install

  • needs frequent polishing and periodic sealing


  • Soapstone

  • etch and scratch easily

  • high maintenance; must be oiled regularly

  • feel soft and powdery

  • darkens over time


elegant • stain-resistant • food-safe • durable • chip and scratch resistant • maintenance free • gorgeous

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Care & Maintenance

Routine Maintenance

Quartz is easy to maintain! Simply clean with soap and water on a regular basis to keep the lustrous gloss and radiant sheen. Use warm water and a damp cloth with a small amount of non-abrasive cleaner that does not contain bleach. Although quartz is resistant to staining, spills should be cleaned as soon as possible. Liquid spills and soiling left from fruits, vegetables, or other foods should be wiped up and cleaned with soap and water.


Although quartz withstands heat better than most surfacing materials on the market, all surfacing materials, including stone, can be damaged by extreme temperature changes, whether prolonged or sudden. Trivets and hot pads should always be used.


While quartz is resistant to scratches, cuts, and chipping, cutting directly on the quartz surface should be avoided. Use cutting boards to ensure long-lasting beauty.


Recommended Cleaners

Simple Green

10x Stone Polish

Magic Eraser by Mr. Clean

Soap and Water

Denatured Alcohol


All products must have all excess removed immediately after application with water and cloth. Prolonged exposure may ruin the surface of the slab.


Removing Difficult Spills

On stubborn or dried spills where routine cleaning procedures do not work, use a non-abrasive cleaning pad along with a recommended cleaner. If gum, nail polish, paint, or other substances are accidentally allowed to adhere to the surface, they can be removed with the use of a plastic scraper or putty knife to gently scrape off the substances and by following routine cleaning procedures.

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