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How to clean and maintain
and protect the various stones


Marble is a natural stone that is porous and sensitive to greasy stains. The key is to react quickly and clean the surface as soon as a splash occurs. As this stone is sensitive to certain acids, we strongly advise against the use of products such as vinegar, lemon or chemicals that would attack the surface irreparably. Using a damp, fluffy cloth and mild soap, gently rub the stained area and dry immediately. To make marble shine, ideally use a chamois leather, a good method for restoring its lustre.


Stain- and scratch-resistant, granite countertops are easy to maintain. Mild soap is all that’s needed to keep the surface clean, as this material has antibacterial qualities.


Like granite, quartzite is a porous natural stone that cleans well with a pH-neutral cleaner or dishwashing liquid, warm water and a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products or scouring pads. If you need to repair a scratch, contact the RocArtz team for assistance.

Compact surface

This highly resistant surface has zero porosity, making it ideal for kitchen tops. Water, neutral soap and a soft cloth is the best cleaning solution. For stubborn stains or those with high staining power, please refer to the RocArtz experts or to the installed product guide.


Quartz is an easy-care stone. Warm soapy water and a damp cloth are all that’s needed to give the surface a shiny finish. Do not use chemicals such as acetone, solvents, concentrated acids or products with a high alkaline content.