To keep your kitchen look sparkling you’ll want to maintain your worktops with some easy cleaning, and it also helps your kitchen to be protected from pests.
There are different types of worktops in the kitchen, which can be quartz, granite ceramic, wooden, and stainless steel, some may be more sensitive to specific cleaning processes than others, let’s dive into each one.
How to Clean Quartz Worktops
For daily cleaning use a soft or a microfibre cloth with warm water or a few drops of cleaning liquid to clean your quartz worktop. Once done clean with a dry soft cloth.
By doing daily cleaning to your quartz worktop you’ll require less deep cleaning, and will also keep your kitchen sparkling at all times.
Do avoid using paint removers, oven cleaners, or strong chemicals to clean your quartz worktop.
How to Clean Granite Worktops
For daily cleaning use a soft or a microfibre cloth with warm water or a few drops of cleaning liquid to clean your granite worktop. Once done cleanly with a dry soft cloth, and simply use a damp cloth to keep your worktop looking clean.
Granite worktops do last a lifetime, and they are maintenance-free. We highly recommend avoiding having extremely hot pots or resting ceramic objects on them, place a mat or grate under these objects for under added protection
How to Clean Ceramic Worktops
For daily cleaning, it’s recommended to use a damp microfibre cloth with warm water to clean your ceramic worktops, of course, you could use mild detergent when required. When done remove the excess with a dry tissue or cloth.
Ceramic worktops are heat resistant, and scratch-resistant but we still recommend using a chopping board for your kitchen prep work.
Avoid using bleach or highly acidic detergents.
How to Clean Wooden Worktops
For daily cleaning, it can be cleaned with a damp cloth and warm water, and for deep cleaning, a kitchen cleaner can be used. Once the wooden worktop is wiped down with warm water, and detergent use a dry cloth to remove the excess.
We recommend oiling your wooden worktop 2 to 4 times a year, when choosing the oil make sure to have a look at the recommended oil used for your specific wooden worktop.
If you get any spills on the wooden worktop, do clean it off as soon as possible, otherwise, it could leave some stains.
How to Clean Stainless Steel Worktops
Anytime you do clean stainless steel worktops use non-scratch sponges and cloths with a bit of cleaning liquid, or warm water. Remove the excess with a dry cloth.
To clean stainless steel worktop an industrial steel cleaner can be used following the instructions.