Since hygiene in your kitchen is something you would not absolutely take any chance on, this guide will give you some tips on how to remove limescale stains and hard water deposits from quartz countertops. With its non-porous surface, it is extremely hygienic and prevents bacteria and germs contamination and it is also virtually stain resistance. The minerals included in the tap water can affect the shine and shine of your work surface if not taken care of properly. These marks, although they may seem harmless, but they can stick to your surface and get hard to remove if left unattended.
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Wipe off any spills immediately; especially acidic beverages like vinegar, wine and also coffee to avoid causing any harsh stains!
Despite its endurance, quartz can get stains hard water marks.
One of the hardest and most subtle hard water stains are lime scale stains which are more like white spots that can ruin the shiny surface of your quartz.
With these simple tips, you can now remove lime scale stains from your countertop and preserve it in a shiny and clean state.
Always ensure cleaning of your countertops on a daily basis with a regular rag and hot water and make sure it dried off well, as water stains can lead to lime scale spots.
Avoid heavy chemical, abrasive and bleach cleaning detergents as they can heavily affect your countertop and make it lose its shine and color and cause scratches and dullness of the surface.
Also always use soft materials of rugs to clean your countertops as harsh materials can scratch the surface.
With these simple instructions, you can easily remove lime stains.
Put your limescale remover on the stained areas and make sure it is covered profusely with the remover before proceeding with scrubbing it off!