To clean your solid surface showers and countertops, use warm soapy water and a gentle cloth.
It's that simple.
Using window cleaners on your solid surface products is not recommended because they can leave a waxy build-up on your surface that could dull the finish. Likewise, if water is left to dry on your surfaces, a film can build up. To prevent this, make sure to wipe your solid surfaces dry after spills and cleaning.
Solid surface material makes a nonporous surface, so there's no scrubbing required. If you would like to disinfect your surface using something like bleach, it will not damage your solid surface, though we do recommend diluting your bleach and following the safety instructions from the bleach manufacturer.
Avoid getting chemicals like paint removers, oven cleaners, and nail polish removers on your counters. If there is a spill, flush the surface with water to rinse off the chemical and then dry off your surface.
Heat and Cutting
Solid surface is heat resistant, but to keep your countertops looking like new, please use trivets and hot pads to avoid scorch marks or heat damage.
Solid surface is scratch resistant, but never cut directly on your solid surface countertops. Always use a cutting board.