Throughout kitchens and bathrooms in the United States, you’ll find quartz countertops. There’s no denying how much their beauty can complement any interior space. Quartz comes in a variety of different colors and patterns, not to mention the stone is durable and adds value to your property. However, just like any other surface, quartz does need to be cleaned.

For optimal results, quartz needs to be cleaned and polished. Finding the best quartz cleaner out there can be a little challenging, but this helpful overview will provide some of the top picks.

1. Rock Doctor Granite & Quartz Cleaner

Rock Doctor Granite & Quartz Cleaner tops the list for preferred quartz cleaner because it’s safe on nearly any stone countertop surface. It has the edge because it doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals typically found in other commercial cleaners. Also, it doesn’t leave a residue typically found when you clean quartz with other products. It makes surfaces look refreshed and renewed, along with leaving a fresh scent. Finally, it has thousands of verified reviews with high customer satisfaction.

When buying new bathroom counters or any countertops made of granite or quartz, keep in mind that you will need to safely and non corrosively clean and maintain them and this is a great way to do just that.

2. Supreme Surface Daily Stone Cleaner

This is another cleaner that’s effective to use on multiple stones. While it does provide the cleaning you need, you’ll have to have a separate bottle of stone polish to get the renewed look you want. However, it is biodegradable and eco-friendly, so you won’t have to worry about using it around kids or pets. Unfortunately, with a price point of around $30, it is more expensive than other choices on this list.

3. TriNova Granite Cleaner And Polish 

This granite cleaner is a good choice if you have stains on your quartz countertops. Like other products mentioned in this list, it won’t leave a residue when you wipe the surface. It has a price point of around $14, but you don’t get as much product. You’ll have to buy two of them to compare to the same amount you will receive with others listed here. While it makes your product more attractive after use, this particular one is not really a deep cleaner.

4. Black Diamond Stoneworks Granite Counter Cleaner

One good thing about this particular product is the affordable price and money-back guarantee. It also proves to be safe for all household members, including young children and pets. Some other benefits include the ease of use, and it provides similar results to other cleaners that could cost more. However, this particular product doesn’t have as many verified reviews as others on this list. Also, it could take a long time before you start to see the results you’re looking for.

5. Granite Gold All- Multipurpose Cleaner 

This product is somewhat different from others on the list because they are wipes. Rather than using a microfiber cloth, you simply pull a wipe from the container and clean your surfaces. Again, like others on the list, it’s safe to use on different surfaces and even where you prepare food. Some drawbacks of this one may include the challenging time it poses to remove hard water spots. Also, it’s not as environmentally friendly because you’ll need multiple wipes to clean a large area.

How To Clean Quartz Countertops

Since these products are non-abrasive, they are safe to use on quartz. You’ll always want to avoid products with acidic components, such as vinegar, bleach, and even disinfectant wipes. Always use a soft microfiber cloth when you’re cleaning quartz, and don’t feel afraid to have several if you have more than one room to clean. When you’re preparing food, be careful not to set hot pots directly on the counters. Over time, the high heat could compromise the quartz with discoloration or fading. Also, remember to use a cutting board to avoid scratches. If you are just wiping the counters quickly without a cleaner, you don’t need scolding water. Room temperature water works just fine.

Emma Chen

Emma Chen holds a degree in Public Health from the University of Washington and has dedicated 13 years to promoting healthy and sustainable cleaning practices. Since joining us as a freelancer in 2020, Emma has shared her expertise in non-toxic cleaning solutions, indoor air quality, and allergen reduction. Her experience includes working in community health programs and as a health educator, which shows in her writing. Emma is a yoga instructor in her free time and participates in community clean-up drives.

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