The following instructions will assist you in caring for your Clearstone-coated surfaces.
Do use a cutting board when using knives on a Clearstone-coated surface. The coating needs to be treated with care, as sharps (knives) and abrasives (scouring products) will scratch Clearstone-coated surfaces.
Do use mild detergents and water when cleaning Clearstone-coated surfaces. Any non-abrasive kitchen surface cleaner can be used; i.e. Windex, 409, or other non-abrasive spray cleaners. We recommend cleaning with a microfiber clothe for best results.
Do use a hot plate when handling hot pots and pans as it is not recommended that they be placed directly from the oven or stovetop directly onto Clearstone-coated surfaces. Clearstone can withstand a considerable amount of heat, but we recommend you use a heat-resistance pad or board on top of the surface. In the instance that the surface does become damaged, it can be repaired by a Clearstone Certified Applicator.
Do not use metal or razor scrapers for cleaning the surface.
Do not use aggressive chemicals or sealants on the coating. While Clearstone-coated surfaces are chemical resistant, aggressive chemicals or sealants can have adverse effects to the appearance and/or clarity of Clearstone.
What happens if my Clearstone-coated stone gets scratched?
Should the Clearstone-coated surface become scratched, it can be refinished by a Clearstone Certified Applicator. Please contact Clearstone for a Certified Applicator in your area to receive a quote for repolishing.