Caesarstone – Cleaning and Maintenance Guide
The hard and non porous surface of the Caesarstone makes it simple to clean. Mostly, soap and water or use of a mild detergent is considered enough to maintain the lustre of Caesarstone surfaces. In order to remove materials like food, nail polish or gum, it is important to scrape away any excess material with a putty knife and then clean the surface with a damp cloth.
All Caesarstone finishes apart from polished surfaces would require daily maintenance due to its distinct patterns and finishes. Since there is more exposed surface area in case of Caesarstone, there are high chances that metal marks, fingerprints and other signs of daily use will show up on Caesarstone.
With a small amount of care and maintenance one can enjoy several years of great experience with Caesarstone. Avoid use of any highly aggressive cleaning agents like oven cleaner and also don’t use products which contain methylene chloride or, trichloroethane.