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How to Clean Your Quartz Bathroom Countertops

Quartz bathroom countertops are an ideal interior design choice. They are attractive, non-porous, and heat resistant. Unlike other countertops, like granite bathroom countertops, they do not require sealing.

Although quartz bathroom countertops are relatively low maintenance, you must take special care when you clean them. If you clean them incorrectly, you could damage them. It’s also essential to keep them sanitary and free of contamination.

Read on to learn how to clean your quartz bathroom countertops to ensure they look as lovely as the day you got them.

How to Clean Quartz Bathroom Countertops


  • Dish soap
  • Water
  • All-purpose cleaner
  • Microfiber cloth


  1.   Remove hardened substances with your microfiber cloth.
  2.   Dampen the cloth with a warm water and dish soap solution.
  3.   Use the cloth to remove remaining dirt, debris, and residue.
  4.   Spray the countertop with an all-purpose cleaner to remove remaining streaks and smudges.
  5.   Use a dry microfiber cloth to wipe the surface clean.

Removing Stains from Quartz Bathroom Countertops

  1.   Blot the Stain: If the stain recently appeared, start by blotting it gently with a clean, dry cloth to absorb some of the substance and prevent it from spreading.
  2.   Mix a solution of water and dish soap or a mild detergent. Dip a microfiber cloth into the mixture and apply it to the stain.
  3.   Rub the cloth over the stain in a circular motion for several minutes. Repeat if necessary.

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Removing Tough Stains

If you have a set-in stain, you may need baking soda instead of a mild detergent. Here are the steps you must take.

  1.   Mix equal parts of baking soda and warm water until you form a paste.
  2.   Apply it to the stain. Let it sit on top of the stain for several minutes.
  3.   Wipe the paste away with a soft cloth. It should lift the stain off the countertop surface.

Removing Very Tough Stains from Quartz Bathroom Countertops

If stains are adamant, you may need to make a poultice by mixing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.

  1.   Mix the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide in equal parts.
  2.   Use a damp cloth to apply the solution to the stain. Cover it with plastic wrap. Allow it to sit for several hours.
  3.   Wipe the stain with a damp cloth.

Other Cleaning Tips

  • Never use abrasive chemicals on quartz countertops. They can damage the surface.
  • Wipe down countertops daily with a soft microfiber cloth to maintain the shine.
  • Professional resurfacing may be required if cabinets can’t be restored with simple cleaning,

Get Quality Quartz Bathroom Countertops from LGS

Proper maintenance will ensure your quartz countertops maintain their beauty for years. However, it’s essential to start with quality countertops. LGS has a wide variety in stock.

Choose from our selection of quartz bathroom countertops, granite bathroom countertops, and more. We back our products with reliable installation. We will recommend care tips to ensure your countertops withstand the test of time.

Contact us to learn more about what we have to offer. 

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