To maintain the beauty of your Coni-marble bathroom vanity top; wiping the surface with a damp soft cloth or towel is usually the only cleaning required. You may also use any mild, non-abrasive detergent.

An occasional use of Gel Gloss will not only help to maintain the lustre of the surface, but also remove minor stains and scratches.

Please avoid the following:

  • Heating elements such as curling irons should never be placed directly on the surface.
  • Glass jars or ceramic items should have felt pads glued to the bottoms to avoid scratching the surface.


Coni-marble showers and bath tubs are very low maintenance. We recommend that you squeegee the walls after use to reduce the need for cleaning. This will also help the shower or tub area dry quickly which helps extend the life of the silicone. For general cleaning we recommend Orange Glow to remove any build-up of soap residue and body grease. CAUTION – rinse the shower base and tub thoroughly as Orange Glo will leave them slippery if not rinsed properly.

Polishing your Coni-marble with Gel-Gloss will produce the highest surface luster possible and leave a smooth surface that will help eliminate water spotting.


Hot water should not exceed 140°F/46°C as excessive hot water is not only unsafe but may cause material failure in drain area due to stress, especially when combined with an over-tightened drain.

Do not use abrasive cleaners on any Coni-marble fixtures as it may damage the finish.


Quartz Surfaces should be cleaned with pH-neutral, non-abrasive cleanser and rinsed with clear water. With Quartz Surfaces, you avoid the sealing, buffing, polishing or reconditioning required by most granite surfaces.

See manufacturer’s web site for additional information.


Avian and Corian Solid Surfaces are hard, hygienic surfacing materials which are designed to maintain its beauty and at the same time withstanding the rigors of normal every day wear and tear. For daily cleaning use warm, soapy water. It is best to wipe up spills as they occur.

Here are some points to remember:

  • Do not place hot pots, pans or apply direct heat. ALWAYS use a trivit.
  • Use a cutting board when slicing or chopping.
  • Solid Surface countertops will develop slight abrasion marks with normal daily use.
  • Solid Surface is a renewable surface. Most damage can usually be repaired by certified Solid Surface Fabricator.

Neolith is a Sintered Stone. It is easy to clean as it does not absorb food residue. It is resistant to most chemical agents used in cleaning, but a damp cloth is usually sufficient for cleaning.

For more information, visit the manufacturer’s web site at:

If in doubt, call Coni-marble Mfg at 519-461-0100 and speak to one of our professionals.