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When they put in our new countertop they left some glue or epoxy in different spots. How would I get this off?
I have a quartz countertop with what looks like stains on it. Although it is dull black, after cleaning it I still see streaks. Help, please.
By Peggy from Tidewater, VA
Step 1 Wash the quartz surface thoroughly with warm water and soap, any other mild household cleaner (like Fantastik or 409) or even a surface cleaner like Windex. To apply the cleaner, use a soft cloth or sponge.
Step 2 Rinse the entire surface thoroughly to adequately clean your quartz countertop. If you leave any cleaner or soap on the countertops, you will see streaks.
Step 3 Pat the surface dry after cleaning. If there are streaks, wash the area with water.
We had some superglue spots on our dark grey quartz counter top. I used Goof Off towels to try and remove them. Well the towels didn't work, instead the counter top is slightly lighter in the spots where I used the Goof Off. Is there anything that I can do to fix this?
By Ryan K.
What is the best product to clean Silestone countertops? I understand anything with bleach is not good, however, can Mr. Clean liquid cleaner be used or Cinch spray cleaner?
I have Silestone countertops in Brazilian brown. Two flashlight batteries were on the counter and leaked causing two lighter spots. Is there anything I can do to darken these spots so I don't have to replace a huge piece of Silestone and then replace tile backsplash. Thanks.
By Kay from Charleston