What is Silestone?

Silestone by Cosentino envisioned a sustainable way to beautify your home, so they formulated a unique blend of recycled materials and premium quartz. They offer multiple finishes and colors, and you can feel good buying from a company that cares about the planet.

What are the Pros of Silestone?

  • Cosentino took note of all the cons that came with quartz countertops and created this scratch-resistant, acid-resistant, and stain-resistant.
  • Low maintenance–wipe it down daily, and it’ll keep its shine.
  • Cosentino allows you to choose how you would like to shape your countertop’s edges, which means you can go for sleek, straight lines or a more classic French Cove.
  • Because their countertops are nonporous, they naturally resist bacteria growth.
    They offer home and commercial options, so your business will look as fabulous as your home!

What are the Cons of Silestone?

  • These countertops do not resist heat, so use pot holders or trivets.
  • Though they bring a graceful air to your home, some dislike visible seams.
  • Silestone tends to be more expensive than other quartz options.

How to Care and Maintain Silestone

  • Use a mild cleaner and warm water for daily maintenance.
  • You can use Bar Keeper’s friend for difficult stains, but we recommend that you avoid most abrasive cleaners.
  • Don’t cut foods directly on the counters, as this can cause visible scratching.

The Best Uses of Silestone

Silestone by Cosentino works perfectly in kitchens and bathrooms. We do not recommend you use it outside.

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