Cleaning your Granite – How to and what products to use?

Cleaning your Granite – How to and what products to use?

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 Step 1 “Cleaning Granite” – Cleaning is the first and most important step in caring for Granite and Quartz.  Make sure to use a granite cleaner that is both safe to not damage your stone as well as one that will actually remove the oils that get trapped in the pores.  Additionally, your cleaner should not leave a residue.  Marblelife’s cleaner is not the only product that is safe and effective. It’s just that over 25 years of worldwide service of natural stone, this is the best we have experienced and what we use.

Step 2 “Sealing Granite” – Sealing your granite or quartz is the second and next most important step in caring for your granite and quartz.  Sealing your granite or quartz provides both protection against stains and helps make step one cleaning easier for you.  Since harmful oils and some substances can stain your beautiful stone, it is important to use a very high quality sealer.

A high quality granite countertop sealer should help keep out damaging oils and substances that would otherwise stain your beautiful countertop or vanity top.  By applying a granite sealer you also help make daily cleaning quicker and easier.  Sealing your granite or quartz should be done in most cases annually and in high use / high traffic areas, maybe twice a year.  Marblelife Granite Countertop Sealer is an extremely high quality sealer that makes sealing your countertop affordable, quick and easy.

Step 3 “Polishing Granite” – This step is not actually polishing granite since this would actually take the use of professional honing pads and a professional’s experience.  The best part is that in the majority of cases that someone insist that their granite needs to be polished, it only needed to have the residue removed.  This can easily be done by you with Marblelife Granite & Quartz Countertop Cleaner and by following the direction below.

After cleaning and sealing granite the only remaining step may be applying a gloss conditioner such as Marblelife’s Granite Countertop Gloss Conditioner.  The truth is that a good portion of granite and quartz will not take a gloss conditioner or “polish”.  The best way to see if your granite will take a gloss conditioner is to try one like Marblelife’s to see if you get a noticeable improvement.  If you do than simply as often or as seldom as you prefer to add that richer wetter look.  If there is no noticeable difference, then you can save yourself the trouble of trying different products because your granite is too dense to accept anything safe that would enhance its appearance.

Repairing Granite or Quartz – You can now see that caring for your granite or quartz is simple yet care must be taken to use the right products and procedures to ensure its best appearance.  Should your stone have cracks, scratches, other damage or require any service beyond that described above, it is recommended that you contact your local Marblelife Service Professional for the best care possible.

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