Keep Your Dekton Surfaces In Good Condition

Care & Maintenance

Below are some simple guides on keeping your worktops in good condition.

Soon as a spill occurs, we advise that you clean the area as soon as possible and do not allow the content to dry onto the surface. We advise you use the products that we show below. Alternative brands may contain chemicals that may damage your surface. Maintaining your worktops clean will strengthen the surface and increase its lifetime.

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Dekton Surface Care Maintenance

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Dekton Surface Care Maintenance

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Dekton Surface Care Maintenance

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Dekton Surface Care Maintenance

DO NOT use cleaners such as de-greasers, oven cleaners and bleach on the worktops If this type of product comes into contact with work surface remove swiftly with a damp cloth and dry the area with paper towels

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Remove Hot Pan Stains from Dekton Surfaces

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Remove Hot Pan Stains from Dekton Surfaces

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Remove Hot Pan Stains from Dekton Surfaces

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Remove Hot Pan Stains from Dekton Surfaces

Very hot pots and pans should never be placed on stone surfaces as they can occasionally cause serious consequences to the appearance of the material. It is always recommended to use a pan stand/trivet on which to place hot objects after using them to cook.

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Apply Q-Action (or Acti-Fizz) over the stain and leave it for 2 minutes

Remove Wine Stain from Dekton Worktops

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With a scourer we rub over the stain gently

Remove Wine Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Rinse with a damp cloth to remove any residue

Remove Wine Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Dry with paper towel

Remove Wine Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Take the Q-Action (or Cif Acti-Fizz) and apply it to the stain

Remove Food Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Leave it to act for two minutes

Remove Food Stain from Dekton Worktops

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With a scourer, rub softly in circles.

Remove Food Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Take a damp cloth and remove any residue. Then dry with a paper towel.

Remove Food Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Take the Q-Action (or Cif Acti-Fizz) and apply it to the stain and leave it to act for two minutes

Remove Rust Stain from Dekton Worktops

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With a scourer, rub softly on the stain

Remove Rust Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Take a damp cloth and remove any residue. Dry then with a paper towel.

Remove Rust Stain from Dekton Worktops

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If it doesn’t disappear, you can use a cleaner such as “CIF Cream”. Apply a small dot on a cloth and rub slowly in a circular motion over the area. Once removed, use the spray mentioned above or warm water to wipe any Cif Cream residue away.

Remove Rust Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Apply Q-Action (or Cif Acti-Fizz) over the stain

Remove Metal Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Remove Metal Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Leave it for 2 minutes

Remove Metal Stain from Dekton Worktops

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To ensure that they have been removed, we will wipe a damp cloth and we will dry with paper towel.

Remove Metal Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Apply Q-Action (or Acti-Fizz) over the stain and leave it for 2 minutes

Remove Oil Stain from Dekton Worktops

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With a scourer we rub over the stain gently

Remove Oil Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Rinse with a damp cloth to remove any residue

Remove Oil Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Dry with paper towel

Remove Oil Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Take a damp scourer and apply limescale remover, rub gently on the kitchen worktop

Remove Limescale Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Leave on for 2 minutes

Remove Limescale Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Take the damp cloth and remove the rest of limescale remover to avoid any chemical residue

Remove Limescale Stain from Dekton Worktops

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After removing the rest of the limescale remover, use paper towels to dry the surface and ensure no product is left on the surface.

Remove Limescale Stain from Dekton Worktops

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Very hot pots and pans should never be placed on stone surfaces as they can occasionally cause serious consequences to the appearance of the material. It is always recommended to use a pan stand/trivet on which to place hot objects after using them to cook.

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