How to maintain engineered stone?

The manufacturing process of stone slabs is based on strict standards that ensure the product’s durability and ease of maintenance. We recommend using a mild detergent and a damp cloth for daily cleaning to maintain the product’s flawless beauty and shine. Simply wash the surface with warm, soapy water. If you want to remove more challenging stains, use an iron spatula or a non-scratching scrub sponge to polish the surface to its previous shine.


Clean surfaces regularly; remove stains immediately. Failure to remove stains promptly may leave visible traces on the surface, and gradually it will only become more challenging to remove. The most common stains are:

Set-in stains

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To remove set-in stains, spray with disinfectant liquid or medical-grade alcohol for up to 10 minutes, then gently scrub and rinse well with water.

Grease stains

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To remove grease stains, clean the surface with a small amount of regular household cleaner and a non-scratching sponge, then rinse with water

Silicone, putty stains

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We recommend removing silicone and putty stains as soon as they appear. Use a flat knife and silicone remover, then scrub the surface with a sponge. Rinse the surface with plenty of water and dry it.

Hard water stains

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To remove hard water or rust stains, apply a mixture of baking soda and white vinegar (equal parts), leave this paste on the surface for 10 - 20 minutes, and rinse with cold water using a non-scratching sponge. If the stain is not removed, repeat the process.


Avoid using highly aggressive or abrasive cleaning products such as oven or grill cleaners with a high alkaline pH (pH 8,5 or higher). If your countertop surface accidentally comes into contact with these harmful products, wash it immediately with clean water. The surface must be cleaned only with water or a mild cleaner to neutralize the effect.

Remember that countertops can be irreversibly damaged by exposure to strong chemicals and solvents. Do not use chlorine-containing products, paint cleaners, or caustic soda; avoid contact with hydrofluoric acids. Never leave the above products in continuous contact with the surface, as they may affect the surface or impair its physical properties after 12 hours. If you spill bleach (or solvent), rinse the surface immediately with plenty of water.


1. Ceasarstone, Silestone, Cambria, and other artificial stones are heat resistant. However, like for other stone materials, sudden temperature changes can have an effect. Therefore, use trays to avoid damage when hot objects are placed on the surface.
2. To prevent the polished surface from losing its appearance, cutting food or other products directly on the countertop is not advisable. Avoid using highly sharp knives or other tools and always use a cutting board.
3. Be careful when using utensils and other metal and heavy objects, especially around the edges or corners of the countertop.
4. Do not place heavy objects on the surface unsuitable for use on the countertop.
5. We recommend using disinfectant liquid to degrease and wash surfaces.

The care recommendations are suitable for artificial stones such as Cambria, Silestone, Technistone, Ceasarstone, etc.