Care Instructions

Marble
  • Since marble is a porous material, it is relatively delicate and should be treated like wood. Caring for marble starts with prevention.
  • To minimize wear, always use coasters, trivets and felt pads. However, over time your marble surface will develop a rich patina, with variations in color and tone. This is part of marble's inherent beauty.
  • For regular cleaning, use a warm damp cloth and wipe dry. For additional cleaning, use a mix of water and mild dish soap and wipe dry.
  • Blot spills immediately before they penetrate the surface. Our marble is not sealed, so the sooner you blot the spill, the better.
  • You may apply an over-the-counter sealant, which may provide your marble surface with a small amount of protection, but you'll still need to act quickly to clean spills.
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners, chemical solvents, strong detergents and furniture polish. Also, do not use vinegar, lemon juice or cleaners containing acids.
Quartz
  • Despite its durability, it is especially important to avoid setting hot items on a quartz surface—always use a trivet or hot pad, as prolonged heat may damage the surface.
  • For regular cleaning, use a damp cloth containing mild dish soap or stone soap, rinse and dry thoroughly to prevent streaks.
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners, chemical solvents, strong detergents, cleaners with bleach, and furniture polish.
  • Use coasters and felt pads to prevent scratching.
Granite
  • Although it's exceptionally durable, it is a good idea to clean spills immediately, since granite is a relatively porous material.
  • For regular cleaning, use a damp cloth containing a small amount of mild dish soap or stone soap, rinse and dry thoroughly to prevent streaks and residue.
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners, chemical solvents, strong detergents and furniture polish.
  • Use coasters, trivets and felt pads to prevent scratching.
  • Our granite is not sealed. However, you may apply an over-the-counter sealant, which may provide your granite surface with a small amount of protection, but it's still a good idea to act quickly to clean spills.