Taking care of your laminate countertops is a breeze! Here are some helpful hints to keep your countertops beautiful for years to come.
For daily cleaning, you only need soap and water!
Use a soft sponge for best results. Don’t use abrasive sponges–especially on high gloss laminates.
Make sure you clean up all water immediately around seams to avoid any moisture damage.
Great news! With laminate, you have a completely non-porous countertop that doesn’t need to be resealed. Approved for use in hospitals and restaurants, laminate is one of the healthiest countertop materials for your family.
Most disinfecting agents are completely safe for laminate. For a complete list of approved disinfectants, visit the manufacturer’s pages below.
Removing Tough Stains
Although laminate is one of the most stain-resistant surface materials, sometimes pesky stains still appear.
To remove a stubborn stain, use a small amount of alcohol or
acetone with a soft sponge.
Another method is to apply a paste of baking soda and water to the stain and wipe up with a soft cloth. Rinse with water afterward.