For everyday cleaning:
Use a clean, damp, non-abrasive cloth with
a mild detergent or household cleaner.
To remove stuck-on residue, scrub with a
For difficult stains:
Apply a paste of baking soda and water to draw
out the stain. Then, blot away with a damp cloth.
Don't rub the stain, as it may set back into the
You may use solvents such as denatured alcohol or
nail polish remover on your laminate countertop
to remove pen or pencil stains. Use a small
amount and repeat until the stain is removed.
Rinse the surface thoroughly and then clean as usual.
Use a non-oily furniture spray. This may also help
hide small scratches. Do not place hot items directly on your
Use a hot pad or trivet to avoid placing hot
pans or dishes directly on the laminate surface.
Keep lit cigarettes from directly coming in
contact with the laminate surface.
Do not place curling irons or hot rollers directly
on the laminate surface.
Do not iron or even place a hot iron on the
Do not use your laminate countertop as a
Knives and other sharp utensils could slice
or scratch the laminate surface.
Do not slide abrasive items across your
Ceramics, earthenware and other rough-
bottomed objects could scratch the laminate
surface. Use a placemat or other protective
underlay with these items.
Do not use scouring pads or steel wool on the
Do not drop objects on your laminate
Heavy impact can chip or crack the laminate
Do not use cleaners containing acid, alkali or
This includes cleaners made for:
tile, ovens, rust, metal, ceramic cook tops
and lime / mineral deposits. If you are unsure
about a particular cleaning agent, contact the
manufacturer to ensure its compatibility with
Do not allow bottles, rags or any other container
that holds harsh chemicals to come in contact with
your laminate countertop.
This includes hair dyes, clothing dyes and