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The Truth
About Sealing Your Quartz Countertops May Surprise You
The common belief that quartz countertops require sealing — much like their natural stone counterparts, such as marble and granite — is actually a misconception.
Although quartz itself is a natural material, quartz countertops are engineered products. Their non-porous surfaces resist liquid penetration, so regular sealing is unnecessary.
Their inherent durability makes quartz countertops highly resistant to stains, scratches, and chipping, making them a low-maintenance option for homeowners.
While not required, applying a sealant can further bolster the resilience of quartz surfaces, providing an additional layer of protection against scratches and stains.