Protecting your Kitchen Countertop during the Holidays

Protecting your Kitchen Countertop during the Holidays

Holidays are almost here, and these are one of the busiest times of the year. During this time, you juggle your time between preparing a meal after a meal or multitasking your way so that everyone will love the food you prepared. You might be using a lot of kitchenware more than you can handle, and when it comes to this circus act of holiday preparation, your kitchen countertop is more susceptible to being damaged. So, here are some tips to protect your kitchen countertops and make them blemish-free.

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Prevention is better than cure.

Before the day comes and before you decide on preparing a meal, make sure that you have already resealed your countertops. If you haven’t gotten them sealed for the first time or the last few years, this is your chance to extend the durability and make it more eye-popping, especially when you love taking pictures of the meals you prepared. Just think of resealing as a good investment for your kitchen area. Reseal and make a fresh start!

Potholders and Mats

When cooking, and you are trying to finish as soon as possible, you tend to just put the pots, trays, and pans on your countertops without even noticing that you did not even put protection beforehand. These kinds of acts can do quick damage, and sometimes they can also be beyond repair. Every type of kitchen countertop, whether glass, wood, natural stones, or laminate, if exposed to prolonged heat, can damage its properties to differing degrees depending on the type. If you can’t help but use more pots, trays, and pans, make sure you also have many potholders in your kitchen. If you think that potholders are too familiar for you or don’t add an accent to your kitchen’s interior, you can use kitchen mats for added style. Silicone Mats go in small and more significant sizes. You can also use it to dry your kitchenware which is too big for your dish drainer.

So, if you are having second thoughts on buying, don’t. Mats for dual purpose is getting more value for your money.

Other Tools and Gadgets for Protection

Baking Racks. Baking Racks is also a tool that can protect your countertop and help you if you love preparing pastries and sweets. These will hold your baked goodies such as cookies, cakes, and others. Every good-hearted chef knows that they need baking racks for cooling their heavenly pastries.

Coasters. If you love drinking coffee or just drinks in general, a coaster is also a good investment. You want your countertops to be presentable as ever, and it might not be pleasing to the eye if you constantly see water or coffee marks left on your countertop or table.

Trivets. For added style and protection, you might want to add trivets to your list to buy. You can buy marble, cast-iron, and aluminum types of trivets. It comes in different shapes, sizes, and colors. It is trendy and elegant and will make your countertops look Instagram-worthy.

Cleanliness and other tips

Always clean up spills or liquid quickly to prevent them from becoming a stain. For cleaning your countertops, avoid using abrasive chemical solutions and rough materials that will damage the materials of your countertops, whichever type you have.

Damage prevention and extra care can extend the longevity of your kitchen countertops, especially during holidays.

A kitchen countertop installation service is just as crucial as buying suitable countertop material. If you’re interested in installing a new kitchen countertop, visit our official website at and schedule your appointment today! We can also let you visit our showroom by contacting us at 800-581-6178.

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