Corian Solid Surface/Corian Quartz vs Meiomi Pinot Grigio Wine

What is the best material for certain applications, solid surface, or quartz? Which cleans better? Which material withstands staining?

In the photographs below you will see a stain test completed over a 24-hour period for Red Wine and a Red Sharpie marker on white Corian Solid Surface Sparkling Granita and white Corian Quartz Calacatta Villa. The cleaner used was what I had under the kitchen sink. It is recommended to follow the proper care and maintenance procedures.

I started with one 10 x 10 sample of white Corian solid surface, one 10 x 10 sample of white Corian Quartz, a bottle of wine (Meiomi Pinot Noir) and a red sharpie. In each photograph you will notice the time the wine ring was cleaned with a simple Clorox wipe. The solid surface and the quartz cleaned with ease at all times. The sharpie, which was down for over 24 hours was a little harder to remove from both materials. Clorox wipes, soap and water with a green abrasive sponge and soft soap worked to clean and restore both products back to their normal finish.

Red Wine and Sharpie Experiment on Corian Solid Surface and Corian Quartz.

Cleaned with Clorox wipes after one hour. Simple wipe away with no stain remaining on either material.

Cleaned with Clorox wipes after 24 hours. Simple wipe away with no stain remaining on either material.

Cleaned with Clorox wipes after 30 minutes. Simple wipe away with no stain remaining on either material.

Cleaned with Clorox wipes after four hours. Simple wipe away with no stain remaining on either material.

Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or would like to see how Corian Quartz and Corian Solid Surfaces hold up to other liquids.

By: Kyra Barham

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