Caesarstone Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I maintain CaesarStone's natural beauty?

    You can use damp cloth or paper towel, and wipe it with warm water and soap. You do not have to worry about; grease, grime, messy makeup spills and hairspray. You can easily wipe them off. You can look at Care and maintenance for more information.

  • How can I remove dried spills?

    You can use soft and damp cloth with warm water and soap. You can also take help of common, non-abrasive household cleaners. Use a non- abrasive cleaner to avoid dulling the surface's shine. If you want to remove adhered materials such as gum, food or nail polish then first scrape away the excess material with the help of a putty knife and then clean it with the helpof a damp cloth to remove nay marks left behind.

  • How durable is CaesarStone?

    Like other materials, Caesarstone can be damaged using excessive force or pressure. This stone is resistant when it comes to cracks, chips, stains and scratches. Its non-porous nature provides maximum resistance.

    The answer is simple NO. Caesarstone is a non-porous surface material, it will never need a sealer to applied on

    Caesarstone is generally composed of 93% of natural quartz that is known for its strength and superior durability. Where fine cutlery can never cut or harm this stone, still the usage of cutting board is recommended to prevent dulling the surface of the stone.

  • Do I need to apply a sealer to CaesarStone?

    Normal cleaning with a damp cloth will keep the surface look like the first day it was installed. Use non-abrasive cleaners to make sure that the surface's shine is not dulled

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