Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain

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Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain

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*  Shine restored to surface as measured by gu @ 60 degrees within the range of similar engineered stone. Subsequently no physical or chemical damage has occurred prior.
** Removal of Stains, does not apply physical or chemical damage from heat, bleach etc.
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Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain Removal

Easy, Simple and Quick to use! – HOW TO VIDEO

DON’T USE for Caesarstone Benchtop Stain

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Caesarstone®, Essastone®, Silestone®, Smartstone®, Quantum Quartz®, Technistone®, Cambria®, Quartz Stone Benchtops

Especially important that any of the following products and chemicals are not used for Stains or Cleaner on Engineered Stone Benchtops.

Explicitly, use of these products are know to cause damage to the surface of the Stone. In effect the damage can be fixed, it is only by our highly skilled technicians.

  • Scotch-brite® Pads
  • Non Scratch Pads
  • Gumption®
  • Cream Cleaners
  • Baking Soda – Bicarb
  • Magic Erasers
  • Waxes
  • Sealers

  • Bleach
  • Orange or Citric Sprays
  • Oven Cleaner
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Acetone
  • Listed Cleaners
  • Granite Cleaners
  • Vinegar (acid)

How Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain

Why treat your something that costs 3x more than your leather lounge with less respect and care

It’s STONE! and should not stain or chip.

Nor is it INDESTRUCTIBLE! Whilst this is 92-97% true as engineered stone or as it is referred to in Australia. Mostly due to marketing and being the first brand introduced in the country.

Hear you ask, “92-97% true, engineered stone is that “Man Made”. Subsequently constructed from 94-97% Stone (by weight). Hence what makes up the rest is a mixture of binding agents, reacting agents, fillers and oxides for colour. Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain /s occur mostly to the other 3-6%. Though damage can occur to the QUARTZ content if subjected to heat and heavy chemicals.

In general, people turn to OLD FAVOURITES when it comes to cleaning or what they know or feel comfortable with. Since this is mostly widely advertised or traditional myths when it come to cleaning. Due to the rise of CLEANING GURU’S of the 90’s like Shannon. Believe it or not Vinegar and Baking Soda can not solve all stain and cleaning issues. As you may not be aware things like Vinegar, Orange or Citric based cleaners are acids.and along with bleach do effect the surface of what you clean. Does not matter the surface type or make up. Like baking soda, magic erasers. cream cleaners all contain abrasives and wear away the stain. This is fine on matt or semi matt surfaces in general. Devastating on Gloss and High Gloss surfaces.

HINT: Use the correct cleaners especially made for engineered stone

Before you start Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain removal

Before you reach for the bleach, spray and wipe or any other cleaner STOP! After all you need to know what the stone or caesarstone benchtop stain is and how best to effectively remove it. Without any consequences like damaging the finish, gloss or colour.

Because engineered stone such as Caesarstone®, Essastone®, Silestone®, Cambria® or any other brand are not quite as HARD as Granite. Hence damage may occur from cleaners and methods for removing stains from Granite Benchtops or Laminate, tiles etc. Some of the common stains:

  • Coffee & Tea
  • Red Wine & Beetroot
  • Spices – Turmeric, Curry
  • Pen, Ink & Markers

Removing Stone & Caesarstone benchtop stain is Easy, Quick and non damaging if the correct cleaners are used. Using the wrong cleaner other than listed may damage and not even remove the stone or caesarstone benchtop stain.

All things considered and from vast experience in repairing stone & caesarstone benchtop stains and damage. Highly recommend either Stone Guys Cleaning Kiteverything to clean, shine & protect included. Or Caesarstone Spray Cleaner® along with Caesarstone Cream Cleaner®. Always follow the directions from the manufacturer. Stains other than listed above – SEE BELOW

NOTE: Caesarstone Cleaning Products may have varied results on stone & caesarstone benchtop stain removal based on feedback from customers.

USING THE WRONG CLEANER may result in the benchtops being harder to clean, more susceptible to stain. Leaving a Dull or Haze appearance, Fingerprints, less Shine

TOUGH Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop Stain

Remember we repair Stone & Caesarstone Benchtop stains. Hence we see the worst people can do to their Stone Benchtops. With this in mind we suggest only 2 Stone or Caesarstone Benchtop Stain removers suitable without damage to the Surface. Therefore making the surface easier to keep clean, fingerprint free and looking its best.

in fact incorrect stain removal may result in harder to clean, more susceptible to stain. As a result leaving a Dull or Haze appearance, Fingerprints, less Shine.

WHEN IS a Stain NOT A Stain?

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When a stain is NOT a stain

Water marks are caused from chemical attack to the surface. Particularly from bleach or bleach containing products commonly added to everyday cleaning products. Though solvent based can also cause water marking along with caustic and citric acids. All in all, everyday spray cleaners contain one of the known water marking agents. ONLY USE engineered stone cleaning products

KNOWN WATER MARK AGENTS

  • Most Spray Cleaners
  • Bleach and sodium salts
  • Solvent based cleaners
  • Citric acid – orange base
  • all in everyday spray cleaners
  • if unsure read product MSDS

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White spots are one of those instances that what you think is a stain is actually damage to the surface. Consequently rougher to touch, white to grey in colour. Do not attempt to erase, bleach or rub the mark/s as you will do further damage. Also you will dull the gloss finish to the surrounding area.

Requires Professional Repair

  • White spots caused by chemical attack
  • Oven Cleaner
  • Draino
  • Caustic Soda
  • Strong Bleach
  • Yellow & Brown marks are Burns

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Indeed we are the INDUSTRY LEADERS

because WE KNOW STONE we are able to repair all damage to stone benchtops.

  • KNOW AGENTS
  • Cream Cleaners e.g Jiff
  • Bleach
  • Citric Acid (Orange Cleaners)
  • Acetone (nail polish remover)

Different gloss level

Dull marks or hazing to the surface is caused on in the most part by rubbing a stain with an abrasive cleaner. Similarly sandpaper will do the same as often the abrasive compound used is contatined in most cream cleaners. Hence why Gumption is a big no, no for stone and caesarstone benchtop stain removal. Dull spots can also be caused by bleach or bleach containing cleaners.

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Subsequently you may have damaged your stone benchtop. chiefly from a chip, stain, crack, chemical etch, burn or from using the wrong cleaning products. Resulting in leaving the stone benchtop less than EASY TO KEEP CLEAN!

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  • Quartz Stone Benchtops
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  • Caesarstone & all Brands
  • Composite Stone Benchtops
  • Granite
  • Marble

37 Comments
  • Brad Pate
    Posted at 09:22h, 30 April Reply

    I have inadvertently used an abrasive cleaner on my granite bench top in an attempt to remove some hard water stains. I understand now that this was a big mistake . This seems to have taken the protective sealer off of the area that I attempted to clean. Is there any way I can rectify the damage that this has caused.

    • National Technical Manager
      Posted at 09:51h, 30 April Reply

      This is etching which is not a stain but damage. The damage is caused by caustic or corrosiveness of the product use. There is NO COATING to quartz, engineered or man made stone. All stone including Natural is polished using an inline polisher. Which gives the high gloss finish. The denser the stone the better the shine or polish.

      Abrasive cream cleaners such as Bar Keepers Friend, Jiff, Gumption or anything else are not only abrasive but they are highly corrosive.

      It can be repaired, there is a product that can repair light etching.
      Diamond Quartz Polish

      Otherwise it can be repaired by us, you will need to email some photos through to quote@stoneguys.com.au

  • Jordan Thadanabath
    Posted at 20:28h, 19 April Reply

    I have coffee stains that was sitting there for weeks and cannot remove it. Can you help?

  • Noel Symon
    Posted at 11:18h, 12 April Reply

    Hi, Im in trouble. We have a manufactured benchtop in the bathroom. I use a salt and water mouthwash, and have not diligently washed the benchtop afterward. From an angle, we now have extensive whitening of the stone when viewed in the wrong light! My wife is not happy. It looks just like that watermarks above. The gloss is still the same. How can I remove this whitening?

    • National Technical Manager
      Posted at 09:47h, 30 April Reply

      This is etching which is not a stain but damage. The damage is caused by caustic or corrisiveness of the product. Mouthwash has a couple of chemicals in it that does damage surface. Plus the pH is over 10.

      It can be repaired, there is a product that can repair light etching.
      Diamond Quartz Polish

      Otherwise it can be repaired by us, you will need to email some photos through to quote@stoneguys.com.au

  • Deborah Williams
    Posted at 19:29h, 28 January Reply

    Hi my daughter has spilt acetone onto our stone bench top. Anything we can do?

  • Kate Sargeant
    Posted at 08:41h, 10 January Reply

    The rubber bottom of our coffee knock has left black marks on our white reconstituted stone. How do I remove this?

  • Irene
    Posted at 11:34h, 14 December Reply

    Hi I have emailed you but didn’t get a reply.
    I have old coffee stains that won’t lighten. Will your cleaning products get this out?

    Thank you

  • chris
    Posted at 19:13h, 01 December Reply

    Hi I have a white ring caused by lemon juice in my dark kitchen top.

    How can i get this removed?

    • National Technical Manager
      Posted at 04:39h, 14 December Reply

      Lemon juice or anything with a high vitiam c contant is highly acidic.
      Diamond Quartz Polish will do the trick, it will remove all light etching to any stone especially quartz. Restoring the surface and shine. PS Great to restore the shine of any older Caesarstone or stone benchtops.

      There is a DIY Polishing kit about to be released by them.
      Diamond Quartz Polish

  • Jucinta Chamberlain
    Posted at 21:38h, 10 September Reply

    Omg help me!!
    I was wiping out my candle that miss 2 just dropped milk from her bottle into, some hot on the kitchen bench (Caesarstone) and I wiped it straight away and it just smudged black candle soot/ash everywhere and now won’t come off. Hubby hasn’t seen it yet- help meeee!
    We just moved into our new house 3 days ago.
    I’m going to die!!!!!

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