How to Clean Porcelain Countertops


For daily cleaning, a damp microfibre cloth is sufficient. For regular cleaning, we suggest using a neutral liquid detergent with a soft sponge or microfibre cloth.


Stubborn deposits can be removed with a slightly abrasive sponge; if necessary, use a specially formulated stain remover (see table). Do not use steel wool pads.
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Type of dirt Natural surface detergent Polished surface detergent
Traces of metal neutral/acid detergent neutral/acid detergent
Cola neutral detergent neutral detergent
Lemon neutral detergent neutral detergent
Coffee/tea neutral detergent neutral detergent/bleach
Wine neutral detergent neutral detergent/bleach
Sauces/ketchup neutral detergent, cream or powder detergent neutral detergent, cream or powder detergent
Fat neutral/alkaline detergent neutral/alkaline detergent
Oil neutral detergent neutral detergent
Scale/rust acid detergent neutral/acid detergent
Fruit juice neutral detergent neutral detergent/bleach
Ice cream neutral detergent neutral detergent/bleach
Resins solvent solvent
Permanent marker cream or powder detergent neutral detergent/bleach
Vinegar neutral detergent neutral detergent/bleach
Observe the detergent manufacturer’s precautions and recommended dilutions. Do not use products containing hydrofluoric acid or its derivatives.


– alkaline detergent: degreasing agents in general, ammoniac.
– acid detergent: descaler, pickling agent for removing cement residue.
– solvents: white spirit, nitro diluent, alcohol, acetone and similar products.
– cream or powder detergent: products for cleaning hard surfaces.
– neutral detergent: generic pH-neutral cleaning product.


Remove any spills of staining liquids (like coffee, tea, red wine), caustic substances (such as oven cleaner), acids and colourants as soon as possible and rinse with water.

FLORIM stone porcelain countertops are particularly resistant to thermal shocks. You can place hot pans directly on the surface, however we recommend using trivets to protect the surface over time. Ceramic knives can damage the surface; use a cutting board. Avoid hitting the most delicate parts of the surface, such as its corners and edges.


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