99+ Silestone Quartz Countertops
Silestone Quartz Countertops, Highest Quality, Wide Product Range
STRENGTH & DURABILITY
Silestone Quartz is a combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient. That means, it is highly resistant to scratch chips, or stains.
Silestone does not require regular sealing and polishing. All you need to do is wipe it down with a little warm water and mild soap.
It is a non-porous surface and highly resistant to staining caused by coffee, wine, and many other everyday products.
WIDE RANGE OF COLORS AND TEXTURES
Manufactured in more than 100 colors, three textures, and various formats, Silestone is highly versatile. It offers a wide range of colors and textures to transform your kitchen or bath into a unique space.
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Is Silestone quartz?
What is the difference between Silestone and quartz? This is the most common question among homeowners who are carving for the undeniable beauty of quartz. Silestone is one of the leading brands that manufactured quartz. Yes, it is primarily quartz but, Silestone is not just regular quartz. Besides quartz, it also consists of some premium minerals and recycled materials that provide more durable and stronger surfaces. It comes in an endless array of color options which you can choose according to your taste and style.
What is Silestone made of?
Silestone is made of 94% quartz and bonded with premium minerals and recycled materials which makes it a highly durable surface for a kitchen countertop.
How to clean Silestone quartz countertops?
Silestone quartz countertops offer an easy to clean surfaces that resist permanent stains. For routine care, you can wipe your Silestone surface with soap and warm water. This way you can maintain its beauty and shine for years to come. To remove difficult spills, you can use some cleaners like lacquer thinner, rubbing alcohol, mineral spirits, ammonia, mineral spirits, vinegar, formula 409 Windex, paint thinner.
How much is Silestone per square foot?
The average cost of Silestone quartz countertops is $50-$100 per square foot. This price may vary according to location and distributor and also the style, edges, and color of the material.
How to remove stains from Silestone?
For grease stains, apply common household cleaners like f Formula 409, Windex and rub with a non-scratch scouring pad. If you have limescale or hard water stains, make a paste with m equal parts baking soda and white vinegar, apply on the stains and wait 10-20 minutes. After the paste sits on the surface, remove it with cold water and a non-scratch scouring pad. You can repeat this process several times until completely remove stains.
If you have trouble with difficult stains spray a common household cleaner on the affected area for two minutes and scrub with a non-scratch scouring pad.
How to care for Silestone quartz countertops?
Silestone quartz surfaces resist permanent stains from food and liquid spills. However, to maintain the beautiful appearance of your Silestone quartz countertop, you need to do routine care with water and a damp cotton cloth. If it’s necessary, you can use also any pH-balanced general-purpose household cleaners but you just need to avoid bleach and abrasive cleaners.
Is Silestone quartz good quality?
Silestone offers high-quality quartz which comes with the strongest warranty among its counterparts at 25 years (limited). Silestone is a non-porous material that doesn’t absorb liquids and doesn’t require sealing. That means it provides easy to clean and maintain surfaces. With daily care, you can easily maintain its beautiful appearance. Also, Silestone consists of quartz and some other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient and makes it a highly durable material.