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Cleaning the Counter

* While stone countertops are very strong and durable, we recommend you take precautions to keep them from being stained or damaged. With proper care and cleaning your countertops will continue to look beautiful for years.

Stone Care Tips


Regularly clean your countertop surfaces with a damp cloth. Dry the countertops to avoid dull patches where hard water and soap residues may have been left behind during use. A light neutral (PHA) detergent (such as Ivory) may be used.

It's always safe to use a commercially approved granite cleaner. Avoid the use of abrasive cleaners, scouring pads, bleach or ammonia products. These precautions are to prevent the break-down of your granite sealant.

Cutting foods on the countertop will not scratch the granite but will blunt your knives quickly. Use of a separate cutting board is recommended.

Hot saucepans up to 350 degrees can be placed on your granite countertop without damaging the surface. Use of a hot pad or trivet is recommended for safe measure.

Granite should be sealed every 6-12 months, depending on usage.

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