How to Clean Cambria Countertops
Cambria countertops are made of pure quartz and designed to require very low maintenance. If you follow these easy instructions how to clean your cambria countertops, you will likely never need to replace them again.
Use water, mild soap, and a soft cloth, paper towel or sponge.
There is no number 2. It’s that easy.
Things to Remember About Cambria Quartz
Did you know that Cambria Quartz is one of the most hygienic surfaces you can work with? It’s NSF Certified as Safe for preparing food and as sanitary as stainless steel surface. Cambria is not porous and completely mildew-resistant. Quartz is also one of the toughest substances on Earth.
However, it’s very important to understand that your Cambria surface is easily damaged by certain cleaning solutions. DO NOT use acids, abrasives, strong alkalines, free radicals, oxidizers, high, neutral, or low pH cleaners. Cambria can also crack if treated too roughly or subjected to heat. In other words, love your Cambria countertop and it will love you back.
Do not place hot objects such as pans or appliances directly on the surface.
Use a closed-weave hot pad or trivet.
Your knives will dull if you don’t use a cutting board.
Certain non-gloss Cambria surfaces will not shine and may appear to be discolored with use.
However, do not seal, polish, or oil them as it can cause damage or worsen their appearance.
Artelye Marble & Granite is always there to help. If you have any questions about how to care for Cambria, please give us a call.
*Artelye Marble & Granite makes no warranties as to the results given from the above guidelines. Care and maintenance procedures for all quartz surface products are as advised by the individual manufacturer in their marketing materials and Artelye cannot be held responsible for the effectiveness of any directions.