How To Clean Your Quartz Countertop Without Damaging It?

If you have quartz countertops then you know figuring out how to clean them can be very frustrating – especially if you are a fan of making your own cleaners.

A huge percentage of the DIY cleaner recipes out there contain vinegar in them, however, if you have quartz countertops you know that you need to avoid using vinegar because it will damage them… so what should you do if you still want to use natural ingredients and make your own cleaners? What to use that will be safe and won’t cause damage to your beautiful countertop?

Here how to clean them!

– Use Rubbing Alcohol

One of my favourite recipes contains 2 parts rubbing alcohol, 2 parts water, and a few drops of any essential oil (I love using lemon). This is a gentle cleaner that will also disinfect the surface – and we all want that!

– Use Liquid Soap

Apply this when you spill something! Simply mix water and liquid soap, dampen a cloth in the soapy water then wipe your countertops.

– Use A Glass Cleaner

Chances are you have a commercial glass cleaner somewhere in your home – so use it! You can safely clean your quartz countertops with a glass cleaner!

– Use Baking Soda

For stubborn stains, I recommend you to use baking soda – a gentle ingredient that won’t damage or scratch your countertops.

Simply create a paste with baking soda and a bit of water. Grab a small brush (I suggest you use an old toothbrush), apply some of the paste on the stained area then scrub for a few minutes.