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Granite countertops have grown to be liked by many householders when they're redesigning their
kitchens. Granite gives a touch of class, blends into any kind of decor and is sturdy and durable. It
doesn't call for much care and maintenance yet, if you adhere to these simple ideas, there isn't
any reason why it should not keep its appearance and condition for quite some time.
For everyday upkeep, thoroughly clean the countertop using a soft cloth with tepid to warm water
as well as a little dishwashing cleaners or an antibacterial detergent. Employ water that is clean to
rinse the counter thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. If something should cause a spill on the
countertop, mop it up immediately by using a soft cloth or paper towel. Cleaning the area might
cause the spill to spread further. Clean the spill with warm water and detergent and after that
rinse and dry. If heavy duty cleaning is necessary because granite has been neglected, you may
need a heavy duty cleaner along with degreaser to take out the accumulated dirt and grease.
For those who have a stubborn stain that can't be quickly removed, you can use a poultice to
draw the stain through the surface of the stone. It is a fine cleaning powder manufactured from
clay which usually gets rid of obstinate stains from both polished and non-polished natural stone
counters. Because the poultice may affect the finish of polished stone, use a marble polish to
revive the finish. https://exploreb2b.com/articles/a-guide-to-choosing-the-right-marble-and-graniteinstallers
The Marble Institute of America states that not every granite countertop uses a seal but it might
still benefit from the utilization of a top quality sealer. The sealant should be resistant against
water and oil-based stains and will last you 10 to 15 years. Clean the kitchen counter and allow it
to dry for several hours. Apply the sealant on top using a rag or a paper towel and allow it to be
absorbed (this would take about 10 minutes). After 10 minutes, get rid of any leftover sealant and
use a clean terry cloth to dry the counter. Don't use the surface for 12 hours until it's dried up
properly and make certain that the area surrounding it is correctly ventilated.
Guard the granite counter by placing mats under ceramic items, which may possibly scratch the
granite. Even though granite is scratch resistant, don't cut on it directly but make use of a cutting
board to safeguard the counter. Every couple of years, speak to an expert to clean and restore
denver granite countertops