No matter how careful you might be, hard water can still take its toll on the beauty and appearance of your otherwise perfect quartz worktops. Prevention is ideal but if, despite your best efforts, water spots appear, all hope is not yet lost.
First things first, it’s important to take note of your worktops and locate all the spots. Ask your stone supplier for their recommendations regarding limescale remover. There are a few products on the market but it’s best to ask for professional advice. When using this kind of substance, make sure that you follow the directions to the letter.
You will need to clean the limescale remover off using distilled water and make sure that you don’t leave any residue behind. Once you are done, inspect your worktops again for any stubborn stains. In some cases, you might need to scrub and buff the affected area. This should always be done with care and with the right supplies. If you are not sure how to do the job yourself, it’s a good idea to call an expert. Remember to seal your worktops once all those hard water stains are gone.