Product and Cleaning Care:
Each of our product has been created by experts, who know the best ways to keep your Stone looking new.
- Wipe your counter-tops with a soft clean cloth, warm water and some dishwashing liquid.
- Clean up spills immediately before they dry.
- To remove stains on granite, the method depends on the type of stain. For most stains you can mix a cup of flour, 1-2 tablespoons of dishwashing liquid with water to make a thick paste. Put it on the stain, cover with plastic wrap, and let it sit overnight. Then you can scrape away the mixture with a wooden utensil and rinse.
- For oil-stains, use hydrogen peroxide in the paste instead of dishwashing liquid - or try ammonia on it.
- For organic stains, mix 12 per cent hydrogen peroxide with a couple drops of ammonia.
- For ink or marker stain, use a lacquer thinner or acetone to remove from darker stone. On light-coloured granite, use hydrogen peroxide for these stains
- For wine, ink or other non-oil stain: Mix moulding plaster and pure bleach to form a paste and spread over the stain. Leave on for 30 minutes, then remove with a wooden utensil and rinse.
- For oil-based or fat-based stain: Paste a mix of moulding plaster and water over the stain. Mould it into a bird's-nest shape and allow to stand for 3 hours. Remove with a wooden utensil and rinse.
- Remember to reseal countertops every year or two years. Check with us for recommendations. When resealing use a non-toxic sealer on food preparation areas.
- Always use disinfectant cleaner made specifically for granite.
- If you experience difficulty with treating your granite please contact us for assistance.