Quartz Countertop Minor Scratches
My contractor recently installed my quartz countertop on the bathroom cabinet and there were some hairline scratches that bother the heck out of me.
I tried using some dishwasher steel wool to remove it but it only dulled the surface more and didn't really fix the scratches.
What is the best way to restore the quartz countertop? The quartz is royal white and has a beige/bone color to it. I've read up and have seen people mention the following:
1. Using finer steel wool to remove it and then buff with buffer and rubbing compound
2. Using superglue/epoxy and fill in the scratches and polish with rubbing compound
3. Using buffer and rubbing compound and buff it out without doing anything further.
Will using rubbing compound and buffer further damage the stone?
Hope to hear from you soon!