How to maintain Caesarstone® Porcelain worktops

Caesarstone® Porcelain worktops are extremely resilient to everyday wear and tear. For example, they’re resistant to heat, stains, scratches and pressure, and they’ll never rupture. So, keeping your worktop clean and looking as good as new is effortless.

Read our tips on how to clean Caesarstone® Porcelain worktops below.

How to clean Caesarstone® Porcelain

General cleaning
To clean Caesarstone® Porcelain worktops, we recommend using warm soapy water and a washing-up sponge. To avoid watermarks, quickly wipe up liquid spills and splashes to keep the surface dry.

Removing aggressive stains
Thanks to Caesarstone® Porcelain’s non-porous surface, nothing will permanently stain it. However, occasionally deeper cleaning may be needed. We recommend using regular home cleaning products, such as Cif cream or Cilit Bang bleach and hygiene cleaner. For dried spills, soak the area with water for several minutes before cleaning it.

Take care with harsh cleaning chemicals
Prolonged exposure to harsh cleaning chemicals may damage the surface of your worktop. Therefore, chemicals with high or low pH levels should be used with caution.

Don’t use specialist worktop cleaning products
There are many specialist worktop cleaners available that claim to enhance shine and protect your work surface. However, when it comes to stone worktops, we recommend you don’t use these. This is because they can lead to a build-up of chemicals on the surface that can damage your worktop over time.

How to maintain Caesarstone® Porcelain countertops

Heat exposure
Caesarstone® Porcelain has a high-heat structure. So, hot objects such as saucepans, baking trays and electrical appliances can directly touch the surface without extra protection.

Avoid scratches
Although Caesarstone® Porcelain is scratch-resistant, it is not scratch-proof. So, while it will withstand everyday scratches and scrapes, we recommend using a chopping board when cutting with sharp knives.

Avoid knocks
Caesarstone® Porcelain is tough, but it’s not indestructible. So, avoid hard knocks on exposed areas, such as corners and edges.