Due to its practically zero porosity, the ultra-compact Dekton surface is highly resistant to staining in day-to-day use and from chemical products, making it ideal for use as a kitchen worktop and as a surface for other kinds of work, both inside and out. For general cleaning of your Dekton surface, we recommend the use of Q-Action with a sponge or scouring pad. If this product is not available, the best option is to use a neutral soap and water.
Quartz is an elegant, durable and low maintenance surface. Maintaining your Quartz is actually fairly simple. For every day cleaning, wash your quartz countertop with a soft cotton cloth and warm water; if desired you can use a mild soap on quartz.
Granular-like structure made of hard, crystalline minerals, granite is not your everyday kitchen worktop, so it needs particular care. In order to clean granite countertops, use soap or liquid dishwashing soap. Do not use ammonia based products (such as Windex), bleach, vinegar, or steel wool pads on your granite.
Stylish, adaptable and resilient as it is, marble is like any other surface that needs conditioning, so marble cleaning, care and maintenance is important to extend its life. For those of you asking how I can clean marble kitchen worktops, maintaining marble is actually fairly easy. Because it is porous, marble needs particular care. Spilling food products, oil may stain your marble worktop. Marble is also susceptible to citrus juices, vinegar, as well as household cleaning chemicals, all of which can damage its surface. You should be aware of the products you use on your marble, if you want to save restoration costs in the long run.