How to Clean Caesarstone Stain

HOW TO CLEAN CAESARSTONE STAINS QUARTZ, MARBLE & GRANITE

Caesarstone, Quantum Quartz, Essastone, Silestone, Smartstone, Stone Ambassador, Stone Italiana, Trendstone, Technistone, Cambria.

Caesarstone, Quantum Quartz, Essastone, Silestone, Smartstone, Stone Ambassador, Stone Italiana, Trendstone, Technistone, Cambria.

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HOW TO CLEAN CAESARSTONE STAINS

QUARTZ, MARBLE & GRANITE

is something we are asked daily. Ultimately there is only one way to keep your stone benchtops looking like new. Consequently how you can remove even the worst of stains, fingerprints from stone and quartz surfaces. As a result returning the shine.

 

In addition to the kitchen being the heart of the home and can be a very high traffic area. Hence much day to day use, kitchen stone & quartz benchtops are constantly exposed to food, liquid, spills, accumulated dirt, and overtime wear and tear.

Best resource, guide and information can be found in Stone Guys Quartz & Stone Care Essentials.

How often should I clean my Granite, Marble or Quartz Stone Benchtops?

However if the stone surfaces are in contact with food and beverage or day to day dirt, grime and bacteria. Hence we recommend you clean your benchtop daily after food preparation.

 

Please note that matte, honed, textured and non-gloss surfaces are as durable as gloss surfaces. As a result do NOT REQUIRE more cleaning to keep free from marks and fingerprints. Hence using the correct cleaning products will resolve an issues with cleaning stone benchtops. Further making how to clean caesarstone stains easy.

What cleaning agent should I use for Stone, Quartz or Caesarstone surfaces?

Firstly for routine cleaning, use only pH neutral cleaners (pH 6-8) most major manufacturers warranty recommend. Hence NO cream cleansers as they are highly caustic and abrasive. Further more liquid spills including fruits, vegetables, food colourings and curries, should be wiped up immediately and cleaned with a mild detergent and water.

 

Tip: To begin with enter your current stone benchtop cleaning product into google followed by sds. As a result you will find the PDF file of the safety data sheet, consequently you will find in Section 3 – ingredients and Section 9 – pH level.

 

NOTE: anything number about 7 is alkaline, caustic and corrosive, higher the number the more caustic it is.

How to clean caesarstone stains is NOT with windex, gumption, jif or vinegar.

HOW TO CLEAN CAESARSTONE STAIN & STONE

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For everyday cleaning and how to clean caesarstone stains for all Quartz,  Granite and Marble. Accordingly we recommend our new Stone Power Cleaner – Stone Benchtop Cleaning Kit for how to clean caesarstone stains. While other cleaners may contain ingredients that will damage the quartz, caesarstone, silestone, quantum quartz, smartstone, essastone engineered stone. Therefore diminishing the shine, polish a short time over time. Stone Power Cleaner is how to clean caesarstone stains or any stone. Hence safe to use on any surface making it a effective stain, fingerprint and everyday multi-purpose spray cleaner. While efficiently cleans the stone benchtop by lifting and removing all contaminates. Including dirt, oil and grease and also protects and maintains the stone benchtop shine, polish. Stone Power cleaner is the way, how to clean caesarstone stains

 

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  • Hence answers how to clean caesarstone stains or any stone benchtops.

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WHAT TO AVOID

Windex, Glass Cleaners, pH over 8 and Vinegar

Soap and water does not cut it on highly polished, matte or dense stone benchtops. Soap and water does NOT REMOVE contaminants from the stone benchtop surface. Similar to your shower screen you are coating the surface in a film that ATTRACTS dirt, grime, oils and inks. Hence why newspaper inks will transfer easily along with constant fingerprinting and streaks.

 

Spills, stains should be cleaned immediately with a pH neutral cleaner. Subsequently if the stain is not removed from the stone benchtop with such a cleaner. Flush the area with water making sure to neutralise any chemical spill such as bleach, vinegar, window cleaner etc. Please contact us for advice.

 

Use only pH neutral cleaning products containing no solvents, sodium, surfactants or bleach, ensuring they are made for stone. NOTE: products for Marble or Granite are NOT SUITABLE for quartz benchtops or caesarstone. It is how to clean caesarstone stains and keep your stone looking brand new.

Best resource, guide and information can be found in Stone Guys Quartz & Stone Care Essentials.

Avoid using the following chemicals and solvents:

  • bleach (such as diluted or undiluted White King, Domestos, Soft Scrub etc) – above damage on matte finish caesarstone fresh concrete.
  • glass cleaners (such as Windex, generic or commercially available).
  • Additionally POLISH, Gloss surfaces – avoid cream cleaners entirely (Gumption, Jif, Vim, Cim or any cream cleansers contain abrasives  and are highly caustic and corrosive that will damage the polished surface).
  • Oil soaps (including dish soap, dishwashing liquid allowed to stand of the surface).
  • Furniture cleaners or anything containing silicone, oil or wax. (including Hillmark Stone Benchtop Cleaner, Mr. Sheen, WD40 etc).
  • Oven cleaners or similar.
  • Drain cleaners.
  • any chemicals with high alkaline pH levels over 8 (please google your product adding “SDS” to the search).
  • Acetone.
  • Thinners or similar solvents.
  • Vinegar (acetic acid generally has a pH of 2, similar to hydrochloric acid).
  • Paint remover.
  • Paint and stain strippers.
  • Nail polish removers.
  • Furthermore DO NOT Google, How to clean caesarstone stains or any forum advise.

 

As a result any strong chemical or of the above list come into contact with your stone benchtop. Firstly, rinse immediately with plenty of water. As a result the stone benchtop MUST BE NEUTRALISED. Finally follow with the Stone Power Cleaner to effectively how to clean caesarstone stains or benchtops. Use only pH neutral cleaning products containing no solvents, sodium, surfactants or bleach, ensuring they are made for stone. NOTE: products for Marble or Granite are NOT SUITABLE for quartz benchtops or caesarstone. It is how to clean caesarstone stains and keep your stone looking brand new.

WARNING

Do NOT use google as your solution

DON’T use any cream cleaners including Jif or Gumption

Do NOT use glass cleaners like WINDEX

DON’T use any bleach or products containing bleach

GOOGLE your current cleaning product, adding “SDS” to the search bar.

Firstly for routine cleaning, use only pH neutral cleaners (pH 6-8) most major manufacturers warranty recommend. Hence NO cream cleansers as they are highly caustic and abrasive. Further more liquid spills including fruits, vegetables, food colourings and curries, should be wiped up immediately and cleaned with a mild detergent and water.

 

Tip: To begin with enter your current stone benchtop cleaning product into google followed by sds. As a result you will find the PDF file of the safety data sheet, consequently you will find in Section 3 – ingredients and Section 9 – pH level.

 

NOTE: anything number about 7 is alkaline, caustic and corrosive, higher the number the more caustic it is.

How to clean caesarstone stains is NOT with windex, gumption, jif or vinegar.

Dull Spots & Watemarks

If for some reason you have a dull, hazy or a spot that looks like the polish has been removed. It generally will be damage to the stone from a cleaning product. Contact us with some photos for further help.

Stains

Stone Guys range of cleaning, stain removal and polishing products have been especially developed and are the only products on the market that actual work. If you are unsure what products suit your needs, email us.

Cleaning & Care

Similarly new surface finishes matte & new marble look engineered stone are NOT anymore difficult to look after. You need the right advice and the right cleaning products. Dr. Google should not be your first stop!

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Stone Guys caesarstone chip repair have always been at the forefront of the stone industry. Using time old techniques, attention to detail coupled with modern technology developed inhouse. Enables the best repairs for your caesarstone, no fuss and near perfection every time.

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Trusted service agents unquestionably Stone Guys are your stone benchtops repairs specialists Australia Wide. Stone Benchtop repairs for chipped, damaged, stained, burns or cracked are no problem!. Hence all stone benchtop repairs are done by one our highly qualified and specialist Master stonemasons. Accordingly carry out all stonework at your home with no fuss ranging from stone benchtop chip repairs. Especially all modify and cutting for hotplate & sinks, burn repairs, cracks, polish, stains, water marks.

 

They can also give you the right advice around cleaning and maintaining your stone benchtops so they always look like new. Hence clean caesarstone stains with easy, No stains, no watermarks, no fingerprints, no matter the type of stone or finish.

 

The photos below are 1) Dr. Google advise to use Super Glue and 2) a competitor using old methods that simply do NOT work.
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Dull Polish Caesarstone

If for some reason you have a dull caesarstone polish, matte caesarstone, marble look stone benchtop, watermarks as per the photo below. Hazy or a spot that looks like the polish has been removed. Most likely it will be the cleaning agents you are using. Dull caesarstone polish is from a build up of contaminants and caustic compounds contained in most off the shelf stone cleaners.

Or if you have Dr. Google the issue it may be damage to the stone from a cleaning product or method used for trying to remove a stone benchtop stain. Contact us with some photos, a description of the issue and what you have used to try and remove the stains.

Stains Caesarstone

Cleaning caesarstone stains or any other stone benchtop stains are caused by generally. By organic compound contaminants such as; Turmeric (spices), lily (flowers) pollen, metal mineral salts (hard water), rustinks and dyes. All can be easily removed with especially designed surface decontamination products which will not damage the surface finish (polished or matte) or yellow lighter colours overtime.

Shadows, dull patches, white spots, hazing or dull stone surfaces are from caustic or abrasive cleaners which have a pH higher than 8 or lower than 6. These include most popular cleaning products such as windex (glass cleaner), JIF, gumption, caesarstone cream cleanser (cream cleansers), non scratch scrubbing pads, bleach or any products containing sodium salt and/or surfacts. Hence our main photo highlights this type of damage as these issues are NOT stains.

Cleaning Stone Benchtops Stain caesarstone removal

If you are unsure what pH range or the ingredients of your currently cleaning products are, type the name of the product and sds into google to find the safety data sheet or contact the manufacturer directly. For a great information source on how to clean caesarstone stains or any other stone – click.

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