What is Caesarstone?

Caesarstone, a long standing manufacturer of quartz countertops, invented the quartz countertop category in 1987. They engineer surfaces with up to 90% of natural raw quartz to give advantages that are unattainable in marble, granite, and other natural stones.

What are the Pros of Caesarstone?

  • Its durability rivals natural stone.
  • Due to being nonporous, it hosts no bacteria, mold, or mildew.
  • It resists staining, etching, and scratching.
  • It’s low-maintenance. Simply wipe it clean with soap and water!
  • You never need to worry about sealing or applying any polish.
  • Unlike other quartz lines, Caesarstone offers a specialized quartz surface line that is approved for outdoor use.
  • Comes with a lifetime warranty.

What are the Cons of Caesarstone?

  • While being heat resistant, it’s not heat-proof, thus we recommend using pot holders or trivets for hot cookware.
  • Harsh and abrasive cleaners can damage the surface finish.
  • While incredibly durable, Caesarstone can chip if it comes in contact with sharp objects.

How to Care and Maintain Caesarstone

  • Avoid harsh cleansers as prolonged exposure may damage the surface. Chemicals with high or low pH levels should be used with caution.
  • Wipe down with mild soap and water.
  • Always place hot cookware on trivets & hot pads, as high heat can cause discoloration.
  • Avoid cutting foods directly on the counter. Use a cutting board to prevent any metal marks from your knives.

The Best Uses of Caesarstone

Caesarstone brings an elegant touch to your kitchen or bathroom. If you’d like the look and convenience of quartz outdoors, Caesarstone has released a modest line of specialty made quartz countertops ( Caesarstone Outdoor Collection ) that CAN be used outside without weathering and UV light damaging it.

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