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How to Clean Sintered Stone Surfaces

When it comes to cleaning hard surfaces in your home, it can be difficult to know what you can and cannot use on your particular surface if you happen to run into a stubborn stain that your average cleaner cannot whip. There are a number of materials out there that appear to be the same thing to the untrained eye. In fact, even a trained eye can have a difficult time determining what material a given surface is made of.

To determine what material you have, it is best to get the information directly from the source. Your installer or the company from which you purchased you surface can tell you what material the surface is made from. Sintered stone materials are common surfaces that are available on the market. This page deals gives an overview of how to care for sintered stone surfaces.

The Best Cleaner for Sintered Stone Surfaces

Determining the "best" cleaner for a specific material is like trying to determine the best pan to cook with. There is not just one. Furthermore, what a person would call the best will be dependant upon what meal is being prepared at the given time. Choosing a cleaner for a hard surface is similarly challenging. Why is that the case?

Most people want the best they can get from a cleaner. The reality though is that not all surfaces respond to the same treatments. To compound the challenge, not all stains or discolorations are receptive to the same cleaning agents. That is why you see a variety of cleaners offered here on our website. Lustro Italiano offers a variety of products for various materials stianed in specific ways. Here, we are going to focus on cleaning sintered stone materials that have been soiled or dirtied with oily or greasy substances.

Materials Are More Than A Brand Name

Do a little research and you will find very quickly that many brands carry more than one material. A case in point, there are a handful of brands out there that make quartz surfaces in addition to sintered stone materials. One such company is Duralosa. This brand offers both quartz and sintered stone materials yet cleaning stains on quartz requires an effective quartz cleaner while cleaning sintered stone takes a different approach.

Why is it important to know that? Well, knowing which material you are trying clean is the first requirement. This is because you cannot clean every surface with the same kind of detergent. For example, not all cleaners will attack all kinds of dirt equally and different materials require specific types of cleaner. In fact, grease and oil stains need to be treated differently than other types of stains; like mineral deposits. But if the stain is on marble, you will need to use a different kind of cleaner than you would use for the same stain on say, quartz.

Sintered Stone Cleaner

Because of the differences we have been considering, Lustro Italiano offers multiple lines of cleaners. Booster is a cleaning detergent and stain remover for porcelain ceramic and sintered stone surfaces. It can be use for a variety of materials, including the ones in the following table:

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Booster Strong Alkaline Detergent & Stain Remover Booster Tile & Porcelain

Removes stains, haloes, dirt and grease from porcelain stoneware surfaces.

Our Price: $17.99