This is the absolute best on the market
Best stone cleaner and polish I have ever used and I have tried some products over the years. My only problem now with Selleys Stone Benchtop Cleaner is where can I buy it? All hardwares and supermarkets seem not to be carrying in in their stock ranges anymore and I am unable to find a stockist. If anyone has any ideas of where I can get it in the Gold Coast area, I would love to know.
easy to apply and get a brilliant shine with very minimal effort
cant find stockists anymore
Questions & Answers
My understanding is that if you register your stone product with Caesarstone Australia you receive a free complimentary cleaning kit specifically designed and recommended for the product. Why don't you use that?
i am wondering what chemicals are in this product? Or any similar products? I certainly wouldn't use the car wash that dinky5 suggested in the kitchen, though it would be fine for the bathroom counters. I knead dough, and roll marzipan and pastry etc etc on my counters, and need something completely food safe!
We are about to build and are using caesarstone... I've heard the negatives about it, but think that it's mostly people being rough on it, because kids/houseful of peeps/cooking all day everyday and generally hard usage. My kitchen only gets very light use, but when I do use it, I need the countertop to be foodsafe! I was actually tempted to try watered down plain cheap vodka on the samples I have, but would like to hear if this stone cleaner is better/safer. Or perhaps any other suggestions?
I understand Selleys has taken over this product from Hillmark.
There is an MSDS for this products at http://www.hillmark.com.au/Products.aspx
Click on the Stone Clean & Protect image, then you will find an MSDS.
My wife just uses Aldi's window cleaner and our benches come up a treat.
Any residue of chemicals usually evaporates and just to be certain before rolling dough etc, she pours some warm water on the bench and wipes it away.
Thanks Bob! But my understanding is that not all these types of chemicals are completely volatile, and neither are the colourants and carriers. I think wiping down before use is good anyway, but was more concerned about the benches absorbing some of these chemicals and then releasing it into an oil carrier, ie. the butter in the dough etc...
The benches aren't 100% impervious, so I was wondering from a chemistry point of view. Thanks for the link to the MSDS :-)
I would not use this product on my bench tops ever again. If you read Glenda's review here above, she is completely correct in what she says.
I cleaned my 6 month old white Silestone benches with the Hillmark Stone Clean and the product left it blotchy, dull and streaky. It sucked into the bench and I am truly hoping that I can restore my surfaces back to how they were and hope to god that this product has not caused any permanent damage to my Silestone surfaces! Not Happy at all!!
Hi there I am also looking for Selley's Stone Benchtop cleaner. I am in the Doncaster East area 3109. Thanks for your help.
I have given up on finding the Selleys Stonebench Clean - however, I have found something I believe is much better - Polyglaze Waterless Car Wash - purchased from Super Cheap !! It is truly amazing and cheaper. My granite bench top has never looked so good. Give it a try and let me know how you find it. Cheers, Denise.
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