Silestone Countertops

Sophisticated, Stain-Resistant, and Maintenance Free.

Silestone is the number one natural quartz surface in the world with more color consistentancy than granite. These sophisticated countertops are non-porous, highly resistant to stains, and maintenance free.  Unlike solid surfaces and laminates, Silestone is also heat-and scorch-resistant. It will withstand limited exposure to heat without burning or scorching – Perfect for the kitchen worktops and for anyone who likes to cook.

Care & Maintenance

Silestone® is virtually maintenance-free. It does not need to be sealed and cleaning is a cinch. Simply wipe the surface with soap and water on a regular basis to maintain its beauty and shine for years to come.

Difficult Spills

To remove difficult spills, soak the area for 10 minutes with a mild household cleaner (such as Formula 409®, Lysol®, or Windex®) then rinse and clean away with a soft cloth. Do not use any cleaners that contain abrasives as it will dull the surface of your polished Silestone. For stains that harden as they dry, such as food and gum, remove by gently scraping off of the surface (single edge razor blade) and then clean using warm water and soap.

Heat Protection

Silestone is resistant to heat and can withstand moderate temperatures for brief periods of time without being damaged. As with any natural stone, however, certain exposure to heat may cause cracks due to thermal shock. Always use a trivet to place hot items on Silestone. Do not use crock pots or electric skillets while in direct contact with Silestone natural quartz surfaces.

Harsh Chemicals to Avoid

The following will harm Silestone: Drano®, Liquid Plummer®, oven cleaners and floor strippers. Do NOT use these or any other harsh chemicals on your Silestone natural quartz surface.

Sunlight Exposure

Continuous long-term exposure to direct sunlight (UV rays) may result in slight discoloration of Silestone natural quartz surfaces.

General Precautions

To prolong the life of your knives, always use a cutting board. Natural quartz is one of the hardest minerals found in nature, making Silestone highly scratch-resistant. That same hardness may dull the sharpness of most knives.