Maintenance Tips after a Countertop Ceramic Coating

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Countertops are inevitable targets for messes and stickiness, as some of the most-used surfaces in anyone’s home, Opting for a countertop ceramic coating is an excellent way to make major, heavy cleaning jobs a simple task by adding a protective layer to your counters and preventing chips and scratches. While it will improve the longevity of your counter, there are ways to maintain the countertop ceramic coating to increase its longevity as well. Here are our maintenance tips to get the most life from your ceramic coating:

Maintenance Tips after a Countertop Ceramic Coating

  • Use a mild cleaning solution. A high-quality countertop ceramic coating will already offer many self-cleaning benefits, so you do not need to use aggressive cleaners anymore to scrub away dirt or grime, as this will strip the coating. Choose a mild soap that is intended for ceramic coatings to get the best results and help preserve the coating while boosting its benefits.
  • Use trivets and hot pads for pots and pans. This is likely something you already make a habit of doing, and it is a great habit to maintain! While ceramic coating will help protect the surface, avoid placing extremely hot cookware straight onto your countertops.
  • Avoid abrasive pads. All you need is a soft cloth, like microfiber, to keep your countertops clean. You do not want to use abrasive materials on the ceramic coating as this will degrade its protective barrier.

A countertop ceramic coating is a fantastic way to protect your counter while also making cleanup a breeze. With these simple maintenance tips, you will get long-lasting results from its application. Contact us today to learn more about how we can add ceramic coating to your home.