How to Clean Kitchen Countertops Optimally


General Tips for All Countertops:

Always use trivets to prevent heat stains caused by placing hot pots directly on the surface.

Avoid excessive or concentrated weight to prevent breakage or cracks.

Prevent pots and pans from overflowing onto the cooktop to avoid heat-related damage.

Refrain from dragging objects that could scratch the surface; always use a cutting board for knives or sharp objects.


Cleaning Laminate Countertops:

Use a mixture of two parts water and one part alcohol, water and soap, or non-abrasive, acid-free detergents for laminate countertops. Avoid scrub pads or corrosive cleansers.

Maintenance of Laminate:

Avoid placing hot pots directly on the surface.

Do not cut directly on the countertop; always use a cutting board.

Avoid prolonged contact with anti-limescale products.


Cleaning Fenix® Countertops:

Utilize a melamine sponge for daily cleaning and a microfiber cloth with warm water for persistent dirt. Household cleaners or disinfectants can be used. Follow specific instructions for repairing micro-scratches.

HPL Countertop Maintenance:

Use a non-abrasive sponge with household cleaner for regular cleaning. For stubborn dirt, remove with a damp cloth first, then clean with detergent and warm water. Avoid acetone on plastic parts.


Quartz Countertop Cleaning:

Create a paste using dish soap and baking soda to clean quartz. Avoid aggressive detergents, chlorine, ammonia, and anti-limescale products. Clean with a mixture of water, vinegar, and dish soap to prevent limescale stains.

Laminam Maintenance:

Utilize hot water and neutral detergents for daily cleaning. Avoid products containing wax or abrasive detergents. For persistent stains, use non-abrasive or slightly abrasive detergents.


Gres Maintenance:

Use hot water and neutral detergents for general cleaning. Remove traces of sealants and silicones after installation. For grease stains, use a degreaser and a moderately abrasive sponge. Avoid the use of aggressive acidic substances and solvents near the edges.

By following these guidelines diligently, you can ensure the long-term perfection of your kitchen countertop.