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How to clean Quartz work surface

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EmmarrrrgghhhMacGhhoooollll Sun 30-Oct-16 10:20:48

We've just had a new kitchen fitted and I love it now it's all cleaned up and we've got rid of all the dust.
What is the best way to clean a black quartz work surface?
Is there a special product or technique we should be using?

uggerboff Sun 30-Oct-16 10:25:20

I have a Quartz kitchen surface. I was given a can of specialist spray by the fitters.
They told me to use cheap shower cleaner when it ran out! Not needed to buy it yet.
I tend to use normal kitchen surface spray and then wipe with a microfibres cloth.

VeryPunny Sun 30-Oct-16 10:30:08

I use glass cleaner and a microfibres cloth - lovely streak free finish.

EmmarrrrgghhhMacGhhoooollll Sun 30-Oct-16 10:38:09

Thanks, I'll go try it smile

bonzo77 Sun 30-Oct-16 10:43:07

I use the purple method spray and a jcloth. Sometimes dry it with a microfibre cloth. Viakal on water marks by the sink. Mine's pale grey and gets the odd stain from tomatoey things or coffee: barkeepers friend is great for this.

Archfarchnad Sun 30-Oct-16 10:56:29

After ours was installed we were given two sprays: one to be used every six months or so to 'seal' the surface, and the other as a regular cleaner to be used with microfibre cloths. I put that on most evenings to get a shine. A tiny amount lasts ages.

Bejazzled Sun 30-Oct-16 11:57:24

I just came on to ask about a surface sealant. My work top doesn't 'pool' the drills and water as it used to.
Archfar or anyone please - what is the name of your products?

Bejazzled Sun 30-Oct-16 11:57:48

Drills = spills

FasterThanASnakeAndAMongoose Sun 30-Oct-16 23:14:06

I have a black granite counter but I imagine it's similar to quartz for cleaning.

We spent silly money by keeping buying the spray recommended by the company.

Now we just use a tiny bit of washing up liquid. Scrub with sponge, then buff with a linen tea towel. Streak free perfection every time.

eastbenders Mon 31-Oct-16 06:53:36

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