Use This Not That—Cleaning Your Quartz Countertopbarbstn
Like any countertop, quartz countertops demand the right kind of care.
For daily wipe downs, you’ll want to keep a soft cloth and spray bottle filled with white vinegar and water nearby. For spills that haven’t dried, you can grab the dishwashing detergent and a soft cloth. For spills that have dried, you’ll need a non-abrasive sponge, glass or surface cleaner, possibly a plastic putty knife, and a strong elbow for scrubbing.
You’ll find the particulars on all of these tips—plus quartz countertop cleaning no-no’s and tips for removing grease or permanent marker stains—by reading Every Day Cleaning Tips for Quartz Countertops.