While some say that it’s ok to use Clorox wipes occasionally, we recommend you stay away from them. The reason for this is simple: they lead to damage to your quartz countertops. The reason for this goes back to how quartz countertops are manufactured: small mineral chips (90%) are mixed with resins & polymers (10%) and then heat treated. After the counter cures, it’s ready for installation and a long, beloved life in your kitchen.
This process is what makes it so durable. Clorox wipes won’t harm the stone itself but can lead to damage to the resins and binding agents. What this will do long term is yellow the quartz, dull its shine, or make it look cloudy. In fact, anything with a high pH level can mar the shine of the quartz countertops. What you want to use is a few drops of dish soap in water and a microfiber cloth (nothing too abrasive).
Then scrub daily, being sure to mop up any spills or foodstuff immediately while you’re using the counters. Be sure to then wipe off any excess moisture with a dry towel. If for some reason, there is a spill that’s not coming off with that, you can always try a mix of 90% rubbing alcohol to 10% water to clean.