DO QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS STAIN?
Quartz countertops are sealed with a thick coat of resin. In comparison to granite and marble’s abundant pores, the pores in resin are minimal, making quartz countertops very difficult to stain. Does this mean you can forget about a wine or lemon juice spill for a couple days before cleaning it? No, it doesn’t. But it does mean you don’t have to drop everything and rush with a rag. Quartz countertop maintenance is fairly stress free. As long as you clean your spills fairly quickly after they happen, you should be able to enjoy a stain-free countertop for years.
To best care for your quartz countertop, it’s best to try and avoid spills of acidic liquids such as wine, tea, coffee, soda, fruit juices, vinegar, etc. Below are some other known stain culprits and cleaning methods to rid you of them.