Taking Care of your GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces Countertop
Care and Maintenance
GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces are easy to maintain and keep clean. For daily care and maintenance we recommend wiping the surface with a damp cloth or a mild cleaner such as 409®, Fantastik®, Windex® or comparable cleaning product. The use of bleach or other harsh chemical cleaners is not recommended.
GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces are non-porous so there is no need to seal or wax your tops. We do recommend however that spills be wiped up as soon as possible. Spills and direct contact with products containing citric acid (such as lemons) if left for a prolonged period may cause damage to our products containing natural sea shells. In the event of a stubborn stain, we suggest soaking the stain with a mild cleaner combined with a nonabrasive Scotch Brite® pad.
GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces are heat and scratch resistant. To avoid thermal shock, the use of a hot pad and trivet are recommended instead of placing hot items directly on your GEOS Recycled Glass Surface. This practice is also suggested when using crock pots or electric skillets. When cutting with sharp objects we recommend the use of a cutting board.
The GEOS Difference
Over the last decade, more and more companies strive to protect the environment in which we live. GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces is the first recycled glass surface to combine an environmental focus with a product that is durable, easy to maintain and aesthetically pleasing. The majority of recycled glass surfaces are made using concrete, making them porous. Over time, what was once a beautiful investment will be full of etches and stains if not properly maintained by sealing and waxing at least once every year. GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces are non-porous and practically maintenance free, never requiring the need to be sealed or waxed. Backed by a 15 year warranty, GEOS Recycled Glass Surfaces is a choice you can live with.