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FluxEntrainment

Your only real option is isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) or acetone (I don’t recommend this because your countertop could have a sealant on it that can be damaged by acetone). You can find granite counter stain remover products and use those- quartz is the primary “ingredient” in granite- but try rubbing alcohol first since you probably already have it. Put some on a rag (not directly on the counter) and rub, rub, rub! It could take up to 15 minutes.


caito88

I always use a mr clean magic eraser for stains on my quartz countertops.