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Protect your countertops

Avoid setting hot pans onto the countertop and use mild dishwashing detergent (or an ammonia-based cleaner) for daily care. Use a damp cloth and towel drying to remove watermarks. Consider the use of diluted bleach for difficult stains and disinfecting.

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Don't pour hot water directly into sink. Run cold water while doing so to minimize risk. Use the same countertop cleaning steps to keep your sinks clean daily. For more difficult stains you can also fill the sink 1/4 of the way full with 50/50 water and bleach, let it sit for 15 minutes, and then wash down the sides before rinsing.  

 

Do this whenever you have stains that do not come clean with other cleaning methods. Be sure to ask our licensed and insured professionals about any limitations on your countertops and sinks.

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Avoid oven cleaner, paint removers, and other harsh chemicals.

Use a non-acetone based remover to remove nail polish. Rinse well.

Trivets under hot pans can avoid damage. Protect from heat-generating appliances.

Chemical Care

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Scratches

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Don't cut directly on the surface. It is scratch resistant, not scratch proof!

Ask your installer about any specific maintenance your countertops require.

When you have questions or concerns, contact our team for guidance.

Cuts & Scratches

To remove cuts and scratches that do occur, sand with 180 or 220 grit fine sandpaper until the cut is gone. You can then polish the surface with a nonabrasive polish to restore the finish.

 

AmeriStone can provide you will buffing pads to remove any scuffs or stains. Use them with a little water in the following order: red, gray, and then white. The white pad brings out the finish to match the countertop.