To give more confidence to the consumers, Silestone is offered with a genuine 10-year warranty. Kindly click here for the instructions on how to register your warranty online.

Silestone Quartz is a cleaner, safer surface. With the unique combination of built-in antimicrobial product protection, National Sanitation Foundation Certification and GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certification, Silestone Quartz is easier to clean and keep cleaner.Silestone is safe for areas where food preparation could take place and protects the quality of your indoor environment.

Silestone Quartz Daily Cleaning Routine
For Silestone Quartz with a polished finish, we recommend you use a mild household cleaner, such as 409®, Fantastik®, Lysol®, or Windex®. In case of stubborn spills or stains, soak the area for up to 10 minutes with one of the above cleaners and vigorously wipe away with a non scratch Scotch Brite® pad.

Silestone Quartz Common Use 

The natural quartz in Silestone makes it the toughest interior surface available on the market. It resists scratching, staining and scorching better than any other natural stone or solid surface. Do avoid excessive force or pressure because that may mar or chip the surface.

Don’t worry about spills from coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup, and many other common household products; just avoid harsh chemicals. And don’t worry about dropping a lit match onto your Silestone countertop; it won’t scorch. But, use trivets when placing any hot items to avoid thermal shock.

CAUTION
The following will harm Silestone Quartz: Drano®, Liquid Plumr®, oven cleaners and floor strippers. Do NOT use these or any other harsh chemicals on your Silestone surface.

Do NOT use crock pots or electric skillets while in direct contact with your Silestone surfaces. Always place them on a trivet or cutting board to protect your countertop. (Review your electric appliance manual as a reference.) Silestone is a stone product. As with any natural stone, certain exposure to heat may cause cracks due to thermal shock.

 

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