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How to Clean Maple Block Countertops
Maple and other hardwoods are popular choices in commercial kitchens, industrial workbenches, and office settings. Stain-resistant and extremely durable, maple is a great choice to add a natural element to your facility if you are not handling harsh chemicals.
- Hot water, soap, and bleach should be used for regular disinfecting of maple surfaces to prevent bacterial growth and stains
- Mineral oil treatments can help preserve the surface of maple countertops and can help with water resistance
- If cuts, scratches, or pits occur over time, maple countertops can easily be sanded and refinished
Things to Avoid
- Avoid prolonged exposure to water
- Do not use synthetic finishes on maple countertops used in food preparation. Other waterproofing finishes may be used in these cases
Welcome to Chemtops
We serve general contractors, architects, and end users with laboratory quality tops, sinks, pegboards, and workbenches.
Let us know your specifications, including thickness, surface area, material, and color finish, and we’ll quickly build you a quote and detailed design drawing.
Thickness & Sizes
Lengths: 12″, 18″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″, 60″, 72″, 84″, 96″, 108″, 120″, 132″ or 144″
Thickness: 1 1/2″
Maple Block Tops Provide an efficient work surface for classrooms, assembly lines, manufacturing plants, and more.
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Made in the USA
All of our products are made right here in the USA. We are a long-time, trusted partner with Durcon, who provides all of our epoxy, phenolic, and solid surface countertops.
We partner with SEFA to ensure every item we make lives up to rigorous testing standards. This includes load bearing, hinge testing, and joint durability exercises that ensure our furniture holds up under intense stress.