Cala Blue is made by Silestone Quartz in Spain. A deep, modern blue that simulates the balance between the depth and the surface of the sea when interacting with light. This quartz is available in 3cm thickness and a polished finish. Standard slab size is 63″x128″.
Clean quartz surfaces with a neutral cleaner or a mild liquid dishwashing detergent and warm water. For stains that harden as they dry, such as food or gum, gently scrape it off the surface with a blade or putty knife and then wipe it down with soap and warm water. Always use a non-abrasive cloth when cleaning and do not apply pressure heavier than the natural weight of your own hand to avoid dulling your surface.
We recommend that you DO NOT place hot pots and/or dishes directly on your quartz countertops. Extreme changes in temperature can cause thermal shocking resulting in clouding of the finish or actual cracking of your countertop.
To prolong the use of your knives, always use a cutting board. Cutting directly on quartz countertops could dull your knives or leave behind metal marks on your counters.