Scalea cleaning and maintenance Natural stone is considered one of the highest quality cladding materials, as it meets all the technical and design requirements of any project. Stone is a classic material in design and architecture, although it requires greater care and maintenance compared to surfaces such as Silestone and Dekton. Scalea cleaning Step 1 Apply neutral soap to the affected area and gently rub in a circular motion with a damp microfiber cloth. Step 2 Leave to work for a couple of minutes. Then with a cloth wipe off any soap residue. Finally, dry it with kitchen roll. Removing stubborn stains from Scalea surfaces OilHighly diluted acid (dilute vinegar)GreaseBicarbonate and warm waterWineDiluted alkaline detergent Coffee / InkDiluted detergent*PaintAcetone and plenty of waterBitumenPaint solvent and plenty of water Scalea maintenance – FAQs How do I clean a Scalea surface? You must be careful and aware of the type of stone, as some detergents and cleaners can damage the material. Can I clean Scalea with bleach, ammonia or anti-limescale? No, aggressive detergents can damage the surface. Can I rub Scalea with a scouring pad? No. Do not use metallic rubbing tools, as they can scratch the surface. Use a cloth to clean the surface.