Hot pots, hot pots, or other utensils that are too high in temperature directly from the stove, oven, microwave, etc. will cause damage to the countertop.

2. Try to avoid scratching the countertop with sharp objects during operation
No matter what kind of countertop you choose, you should cut vegetables on the cutting board to prepare food. In addition to avoiding knife marks and damaging the blade, it can also achieve better hygiene.

3. Keep the countertop as dry as possible
Keep the countertop clean, try not to soak or accumulate water for a long time, and keep the countertop clean and dry.

4. Strictly prevent corrosive chemicals from contacting the countertop
Try to avoid touching the countertop with corrosive chemicals in daily life. If you accidentally touch it, immediately wash the surface with plenty of soapy water or consult relevant professionals.