Cleaning and Caring for Quartz Countertops with Vinegar
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Can you use vinegar on quartz countertops? The short answer is yes! Vinegar is a great option to clean quartz not only because it’s an affordable, easily accessible anti bacterial, but it is also 100% safe and non-toxic to humans and pets alike.

Here are our cleaning tips to ensure your quartz countertop remains spotless with vinegar.

What is quartz?

Quartz countertops are made up of a mineral that is pulverized and blended with polymer resins and colored to formulate the final quartz countertop plate.  Quartz countertops are beautifully engineered, it is low maintenance due to its density and low porosity. Due to the quality of the quartz countertops, food contamination or staining is not possible.

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Why choose quartz countertops?

Quality Quartz countertops are provided in variations of shades, patterns, and color.  Its color variation is designed to give your home an appeal of a natural appearance. The quartz countertop is exceptionally durable,  safe and impenetrable to bacteria and stains. Quartz countertops render resistance to staining, scratches, and chips, nor does it require sealing, re-polishing, or reconditioning.

Unlike that of granite countertops, quartz countertops are pretty much very low maintenance and easy to clean.

Things you’ll need

How to clean quartz countertops with vinegar

  • Using a microfiber cloth, simply wipe down the quartz countertop with warm water, mild dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and white distilled vinegar.
  • Rinse the microfiber cloth with cold water to remove all residue.
  • Gently Wipe Again.

Things to Remember

It is important to note that quartz countertop are 99% solid and can not be infected by wine, food, coffee, coloring, or any other agents that will normally stain an average countertop. So you are good to go with vinegar on quartz countertops!

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