In order to make your kitchen look spectacular all the time, it is very important that you pay special attention to it cleanliness. Whether it is floor, stove, oven or the kitchen benchtops, you need to be highly cautious and ensure that everything sparkles. The most common stone bench top used in kitchen is of Ceasarstone. If you have these as your tops then you will find the following information useful:
- Caesarstone is known for withstanding exposure to lemon juice, vinegar, wine, soda and tea. The best part about these benchtops is that they do not require any sort of sealing and last for a very long time.
- On the whole Caesarstone does not require extra care. With a little bit of effort, you can keep your Caesarstone benchtop almost new for many years.
- For regular cleaning, you can simply wipe the surface with luke warm soapy water with a damp cloth. Some people also use spray and wipe type cleaner. They are readily available in the market.
For extra stubborn stains
If you feel that the Caesarstone bench top is losing its fine look, it is high time that you look for its thorough cleaning. There are times when you have to remove materials like nail polish, gum and food with a sharp blade. Household bleach is also a good option for removing stubborn marks but it requires high care when applied on the surface. Some bleach solutions are highly corrosive and end up spoiling the look of the benchtop.
This stone countertop can easily tolerate moderate hot temperatures. However one should be careful in this regard as well because prolonged contact with pans, hot pots and electric frying pans can slightly cause damage. The experts also recommend using trivet or hot pad when on these tops before you place and hot dish.