How to Clean Cambria Quartz Countertops

Date: March 7, 2020
Author: Jon Smith
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In this article, you will learn everything you need to know on cleaning Cambria Quartz countertops.

Cambria quartz is recognized as the top quartz brand featuring a vast collection of beautiful Cambria Quartz colors.

As with most things a Cambria Quartz countertop may show signs of wear over time. This is part of life unfortunately but to prolong the life of your Cambria Quartz countertop you will need to follow some very detailed maintenance information as outlined in this article.

Let us protect your Cambria Quartz investment and keep your new quartz countertops looking as new as the day you had them installed in your kitchen.

What You Will Need to Clean Cambria Quartz Countertops

There are a number of great quartz cleaning sprays on Amazon and other online marketplaces. The best products are the products that ensure your quartz countertops are clean and germ-free.

Luckily, Cambria Quartz is not at all porous and will not allow germs to enter into the material like granite, marble or other natural stones which do have pores.

If you elect to purchase a product that is great for cleaning quartz I recommend this product which should last you several long years of cleaning your quartz countertops if used in combination with the suggested Cambria Quartz cleaning method below.

1. Denatured Alcohol - This will ensure that your countertops are germ-free. You should use this chemical watered down with half denatured alcohol and half water.

2. Microfiber Towel - These work the best with the products mentioned in this article. With this microfiber towel, you can clean your Cambria Quartz countertop and use another one dry to wipe it dry.

3. Spray Bottle - This spray bottle works great with denatured alcohol mixed with water and stores well. This will be used to spray the cleaner on your Cambria Quartz countertops.

Now that you have what you need you can move on to the step by step instructions.

 

How Not to Clean Cambria Quartz

According to Cambria, these are the don'ts of cleaning your Cambria Quartz countertops.

1. Do not use or expose Cambria Product to certain cleaning products, including, but not limited to, bleach, oven cleaners, Comet®, Soft Scrub®, S.O.S.® products with pumice, batteries, paint removers, furniture strippers, tarnish or silver cleaners, or the like.

2. Do not use abrasive or harsh scrub pads.

3. Do not apply any sealers, penetrants or topical treatments to Cambria Product under any circumstances. Such products will wear off and cause the gloss to appear dull or inconsistent. You can read more here.

How to Clean Cambria Quartz Countertops Step by Step

This is the easy part. Follow the instructions below to get the best clean for your Cambria Quartz countertops.

Step 1: Mix your denatured alcohol with water half and half in your spray bottle. This will be your cleaning spray. (Skip this step if you purchased this product here)

Step 2: Spray your countertops by 2-foot sections and wipe them with the microfiber towel you purchased above. Continue this process until the entire area of your Cambria Quartz countertops is clean.

Step 3: Wipe your Cambria Quartz countertops dry with a clean, dry microfiber towel. This will prevent water streaks from appearing.

Step 4: Repeat the process throughout your entire home where you have Cambria Quartz countertops.

Pretty simple, yet so effective. If you follow the process as outlined above you will have a disinfected and clean Cambria Quartz countertop.

Cambria Quartz Warranty

Cambria Quartz offers all consumers who purchase their quartz a 25-year limited warranty. This warranty will cover the cost to replace your Cambria Quartz countertops should anything happen due to manufacturer issues.

Conclusion

In this article, you learned how to clean Cambria Quartz countertops. If you have another brand countertop the process is just the same. Be sure to clean your Cambria Quartz countertops as often as possible to prevent the spread of germs and if you are anything like me (CLEAN FREAK) for your own sanity. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to leave a comment below.

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About Jon - Website Owner

Jon Smith

Hi, my name is Jonathan Smith. I have been in the granite business for many years and have worked my way up from an installer helper to an installer and then a countertop business owner. 

I started my countertop company with very little and grew extremely fast because of my knowledge and helpfulness. I started this countertop resource for 1 main reason. That reason is that there are no countertop websites with all the correct information and none of them are from an industry expert like myself. 

I am still in the trade every single day installing countertops, educating people on the type of material they are using for their homes, and making people's dream kitchens a reality.

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