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How to clean granite countertop

Updated: Jul 13

Granite countertops look beautiful in kitchens. It gives them a modern and attractive look and is an ideal material for this space since its heat resistant because it is a stone derived from volcanic magma, but do you know how to clean it? Learn these tricks to make your granite look like new.

Before starting to clean with any product, we recommend you start in a hidden place, to avoid visible stains if the product is not the best one for your counter.

Not all granite countertops are the same because they come from different stones, so the same product will not work equally, even if a product you buy says so.

Never use any acidic or abrasive product for your granite counter; it is essential to read the manufacturer's instructions and the product's ingredients.

How To Clean Granite

For a daily clean up, use a soft, damp microfiber cloth; remember to clean the countertop after cooking. It will prevent liquids from staining your precious stone.

Periodically, you can clean it with a granite cleaner; we don't recommend homemade solutions, especially anything that involves vinegar or lemon; because of their acidic content, they can spoil the material's polishing.

There's two great product I can recommend to clean your granite and marble countertop, Weiman Granite Cleaner or Trinova Granite Sealer & Protector both leave your surfaces streak-free and protect the surface.

As you can see, it's relatively easy to keep your granite countertop looking good, remember to clean it after each use and don't allow any food or liquids to sit on it since those may leave stains.

Happy Cooking!

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