What is Vadara?
Vadara Quartz combines heat-resistant polymer with its beautiful quartz collection to create this low-maintenance countertop. Vadara Quartz does not offer as many colors as other quartz manufacturers, but they make up for it with their high-quality products. Made to withstand time and busy households, Vadara provides a limited lifetime warranty to ensure you remain satisfied with your countertops.
What are the Pros of Vadara?
- You won’t find a more low-maintenance option than Vadara Quartz.
- Budget-friendly, their prices average lower than other quartz and natural stone options.
- Durable and more resistant to surface damage than other stones.
- You never need to apply a sealer!
- Each purchase comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
What are the Cons of Vadara?
- Vadara Quartz has fewer color or design choices than some of its competitors.
- Rated for outdoor use, you should know that UV light will cause visible changes in the surface over time.
How to Care and Maintain Vadara
- Use a mild dish soap, such as Dawn® Ultra Original Liquid Dish Soap or Windex® Vinegar Glass Cleaner for daily cleaning. You may also use a 50/50 mix of vinegar and water. Rinse off your Vadara surface with warm water and dry with paper towels or microfiber cloths.
- Avoid chemicals and harsh abrasive cleaners.
- Avoid cutting foods directly on Vadara Quartz countertops.
- While heat resistant, sudden temperature changes can cause discoloration of the surface. We recommend using pot holders or trivets, especially when using crockpots and always when using cast iron cookware.
- Do not apply sealers or polishes to your Vadara surface. They are not required and as they build up they can make your surface appear inconsistent or dull.
- For stubborn, dried-on stains and spills refer to Vadara’s site for further instructions and for their list of approved cleansers.
The Best Uses of Vadara
Vadara Quartz offers fantastic options for both kitchens and bathrooms. You can also use it to update your covered patio!