Silestone is a non-porous surface and highly resistant to stains from coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup and many other everyday products. Cleaning spillages quickly is always good practice
As with stains Silestone resists attacks by acids and alkalis but avoiding powerful cleaning agents is also good practice. Cleaning a Silestone surface is best done with a soft cloth and warm water using a dry soft towel to buff it up.
Impact & Scratch Resistant
Quartz is second to diamond in hardness which gives Silestone a very high resilience to scratching due to the high quartz content. However, any surface can be scratched and care should be taken to avoid highly abrasive cleaning products.
Colours & Textures
Silestone is available in more than 90 colours, making sure that there is a Silestone colour for you. With 3 different textures, polished, suede and volcano, there are endless possibilities.
A 25 year manufacturer’s warranty against material defects.