In most cases, a solution of warm water and liquid dish washing detergent is all that is required to maintain laminate’s lasting beauty.
Learn more from our Care and Maintenance for Laminate Countertops PDF file.
Because of mineral deposits and soap scum, it is important to clean your cultured marble parts regularly. For normal cleaning of marble surfaces, do not use abrasive cleaners, steel wool, scouring pads, scrapers, or sandpaper on any part of the surfaces.
Learn more from our Care and Maintenance for Cultured Marble PDF file.
Cleaning a butcher block countertop that is used for food preparation varies with the food that is being prepared. For fruits or vegetables, a damp cloth can be used before and after food preparation.
Learn more from our Care and Maintenance for Butcher Block PDF file.