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  • Although porcelain is heat-resistant it is advised that you do not place hot pots (or other hot items) directly on the surface. Please use a mat, trivet or similar item to shield the product from direct heat. There is no issue using porcelain on your splash back behind your gas burner.
  • Although porcelain is an extremely resistant surface, knocks should be avoided in area which are more exposed (corners, edges, bevels etc.)
  • While Porcelain is scratch resistant it is not scratch proof. It will perform great under normal conditions. Please try to avoid harsh contact with metal objects such as knives, tools, etc.
  • If you have used porcelain as a bench top, it is recommended that you do not sit or stand on your bench. The performance of porcelain will rely on the strength of your substrate supporting the bench.
  • porcelain is virtually non‐porous and does not require any sealing. Do not attempt to seal this product.
  • Avoid contact with harsh chemicals such as oven cleaners, paint strippers, etc.

Cleaning / Maintenance

While porcelain is resistant to staining it is strongly recommended that you clean spills as they occur . The more days that a stubborn stain sits on the surface the (potentially) harder it may be to remove.

Foreign Objects

For foreign objects (gum, glue, etc) sticking to the surface use a plastic scraper or spatula to gently remove item.


It is recommended that you vacuum surface to remove any loose grit and other small items.

General Cleaning

Use soap and water with a soft cloth. A variety of non‐abrasive low/ neutral pH products are acceptable for use. Always remove residue to complete the process.

Do not leave soapy water on porcelain to dry naturally as that may result in a film residue on the surface.

Outdoor Cleaning

Porcelain is UV resistant. Use same procedures to clean outdoor surfaces as indoor surfaces.

Care and Maintenance Guide

  • Direct exposure to hot pots, pans or other hot items.
  • Cutting / chopping food directly on the surface.
  • Knocking, dropping or bumping the Product with heavy items.
  • For everyday cleaning use a PH neutral, non citrus cleaner and wipe with a soft cloth or sponge.  Ensure you remove all cleaner residue with damp cloth or sponge.
  • When using harsher cleaning chemicals please test first on a small inconspicuous part of your material.