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1.  Care and Maintenance information (.pdf)

2.  How should I remove stubborn or dried spills?

Use a damp, soft cloth with warm water and soap. If needed, apply common, non-abrasive, household cleaners such as Soft Scrub Liquid Gel with Bleach, or Comet Soft Cleanser Cream directly on a damp cloth or sponge and wipe the surface, rinsing thoroughly after cleaning. To avoid dulling the surface's shine, make sure to use a non-abrasive cleaner, and rinse off any cleaner with water. To remove adhered material such as food, gum, or nail polish, first scrape away the excess material with a plastic putty knife and then clean the surface with a damp cloth to remove any marks left behind and any residual dirt.

3. How durable is CaesarStone?

CaesarStone is resistant to cracks, scratches and stains. However, like most materials, excessive force and/or pressure from objects can damage the surface.  CaesarStone is resistant to most stains caused by fruit juices, liquid food coloring, coffee, tea, wine, grapes and soft drinks.

CaesarStone's non-porous nature provides maximum resistance to staining and fully eliminates the need for any sealing. The non-porous quality of the surface also greatly reduces the potential for bacterial growth.

4. Do I need to apply a sealer to CaesarStone?

No. CaesarStone is a non-porous surface, so you will never have to apply sealer to any CaesarStone surface.

5.  Can I cut on my CaesarStone countertop?

CaesarStone surfaces are highly scratch resistant; however, avoid using sharp objects such as sharp knives or screwdrivers directly on the surface. The use of a cutting board is always recommended.



1  How To Clean A Granite Countertop   


2. Does Granite Harbor Bacteria?

Both the Center for Disease Control and The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health have found no evidence of such. In a recent study, granite countertops provided the greatest reduction in bacteria count of all materials tested. Six countertop surfaces were contaminated with E. Coli bacteria, then washed & rinsed using dish soap and "normal and reasonable" cleaning practices.

3. How Can I Damage my new Granite?

Like any solid surface, high impact blows can harm granite. Because of its crystalline structure, it can chip if subjected to sharp hard objects. However, it is more impact resistant than almost all other types of countertops and the granite can be repaired.

4.  I've heard that Granite emits Radon?

EPA has not conducted studies on radioactivity in granite countertops. However, based on the limited information available, EPA believes that most types of granite used in countertops and other aspects of home construction are probably not major contributors of radiation and radon in the home. EPA will continue to monitor and analyze the evolving research on this issue and will update its recommendations if appropriate.