Solid Surface Countertops

Have you ever wanted a countertop that’s as durable as it is beautiful? Solid surface countertops are renewable and repairable without sacrificing the look and design you’ve always wanted.

Solid Surface Countertops

Corian Solid Surface

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Solid Surface Countertops

Wilsonart Solid Surface

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Solid Surface Countertops

HIMACS Solid Surface

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COUNTERTOP CARE

Tips to help keep your countertops looking good for years to come!

Here are some helpful tips to care for your solid surface countertop.

Everyday Cleaning –Wipe the surface with a damp cloth or sponge. For basic stains, clean with mild detergent or general purpose cleaner.
Removing Persistent Stains, Burns or Light Scratches –Scrub surface in a circular motion with an abrasive cleaner, such as Soft Scrub®, and a wet, green Scotch-Brite® pad. For best results, repeat the above step with a wet, gray Scotch-Brite pad. On darker* colored products, repeat with a wet, white Scotch-Brite pad.
Maintaining a Uniform Appearance –Occasionally scrub the entire surface of the product with a wet, green Scotch-Brite pad and an abrasive cleaner, moving in a circular motion. Repeat the above step with a wet, gray Scotch-Brite pad and for darker colors, repeat with a wet, white Scotch-Brite pad.
Scratches in the Surface –Lightly sand the surface in a circular motion with 120-grit sandpaper. Repeat this step, using 220-grit sandpaper and then 320-grit sandpaper. Complete the process by scrubbing the surface in a circular motion with a wet, green Scotch-Brite pad and then with a wet, gray Scotch-Brite pad. On darker colored products, repeat with a wet, white Scotch-Brite pad.
Tips to Avoid Damage –Avoid cutting directly on the surface of the product. Do not place hot pans directly into the sink. Even though products can withstand temperatures up to 365°, prolonged or extreme heat could cause yellowing. Wipe away strong acids, such as those found in drain cleaners. Some of these acids, when left on the surface, may cause whitening which can be difficult to remove.