How to Clean Stone Benchtops

Cleaning modern stone benchtops including Quartz, Granite & Marble can be some what confusing or frustrating. Quite simply it is extremely easy with the correct cleaning products. Common cleaning products available off the shelf at your local supermarket or hardware store are not designed to clean, shine & protect modern stone surfaces, especially quartz.

We are proud of how easily, quickly & without effort our cleaning products WORK. We know you will be too. 

  • Safe on all Stone - Granite, Marble & Quartz
  • Remove stains
  • Cleans, Shine & Protects
  • Kills 99% of Germs
  • True pH Neutral
  • Non Damaging
  • Safe on Polished or Matte
  • All Natural ingredients* & biodegradable
  • Developed by Master Stonemasons for STONE!
  • Removes Stains easily
  • Returns Shine & ease of cleaning.
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For more information on WHAT TO or NOT to use - See Hints & Tips

How to Clean Stone Benchtops

If you are unsure how to remove a stain or care for your stone benchtop Please email us

Step by Step Guide - General cleaning of stone benchtops.

  1. Clean everyday to maintain the shine & streakfree appearance.
  2. Lightly spray Stone Power Cleaner to the surface
  3. Fold a clean nanoTECH cleaning cloth into quarters
  4. Wipe in a figure eight pattern until clean and shining.
  5. Flip over the nanoTECH cleaning cloth and buff the surface.

Using Stone Power Cleaner & nanoTECH cleaning cloth will maintain the shine, eliminate fingerprinting & streaks. The all NATURAL, biodegradable formula has been developed by Stone Industry leading professionals to Protect, Shine and Clean any stone bencthop without damage. Helping keep your stone benchtops looking like new, whilst easily removing any stain without fear of damaging the stone surface finish, shine and polish.

Step by Step Guide - Removing stains stone benchtops.

  1. Refer to our youtube videos - first
  2. Lightly spray Stone Power Cleaner to the stain area.
  3. Allow to activate for 20-30 secs.
  4. Wipe the stain area with a clean nanoTECH cleaning cloth.

The stain to the stone benchtop should be removed, if for some reason it has not been removed - Repeat steps 2-4 with the addition on Stone Spot & Stain remover.

Note: Physical Damage is not a stain!

  • Heat damage usually appears as a yellow to brown circular or part of a circle to the surface on lighter coloured stone benchtops - white rings on darker colours.
  • Chemical Damage from bleach, acids such as citric acid, vinager etc will appear as water stains or yellowing to the surface.
  • Dull areas are from abrasive cleaners (creme cleaners etc) and/or non neutral pH common cleaners including non scratch pads & magic erasers. 

if you have this a stain you can not remove, Please email us