An interesting feature most owners of Caesarstone’s luxury countertops don’t know about is its resistance to heat. How does it manage this feat? The answer is all in its structure. Find out below.

A Closer Look at the Structure

Quartz, by nature, does not weather easily, making it superior in heat resistance, especially compared to other stone slabs, including granite, limestone, and marble. It is also immune to temperatures lower than 150°C (300°F). In addition, all our quartz surfaces are natural and non-porous, eliminating the risk of bacteria or mold growth.

What You Shouldn’t Do

While Caesarstone countertops are durable, no surface can withstand strong chemicals and solvents. We recommend that you do not use any product with Trichloroethane or Méthylène Chloride, which are present in paint thinners. We also advise you to avoid abrupt temperature changes on the countertop. Use trivets or hot pads when placing hot cooking appliances like pans, slow cookers, or crock pots.

What to Do When Your Counter Comes in Contact With Chemicals

There may come a time when your surface comes in contact with a product that has high alkaline/PH levels. If this should occur, immediately rinse the countertop with water.

Caesarstone Can Handle the Heat

There’s no better countertop than Caesarstone. Our 10-year limited warranty guarantees that our countertops are not heat resistant, but are also easy to clean and easy to maintain. The next time you’re redecorating your household, check out our vast countertop selection. You won’t be disappointed with our versatile range of designs and colors that fit any kitchen or bathroom design.