Your kitchen worktops are bound to come into contact with a variety of substances. No matter how careful you are, spills still occur. Even if you don’t spill anything on your worktops, dust will gather and, in order to keep your kitchen in top shape, your worktops will need to be cleaned regularly.
Of course, since natural stone worktops aren’t your average material, they require some special care when it comes to cleaning. The best way of cleaning your worktops is by using water and a soft cloth or sponge. Sticky substances can be cleaned by dabbing the area with warm (not hot) water to loosen the sticky particles before you wipe them away.
Abrasives and harsh chemicals should not be used since they will cause more harm than good. If you would like to use cleaning substances, it’s best to ask your worktop supplier for their professional advice. Stone needs to be cleaned using special cleaning solutions if you want to maintain their beauty.