Ways in Which You Can Tackle Stains on Granite WorktopsThu, Jun, 2016
Granite worktops are considered to be one of the most preferred worktops for homeowners. Gone are the days when only older homeowners would consider installing granite worktops.
With revolutions in the architecture and design industries, now modern homes come fitted with exquisite granite worktops. In fact a granite kitchen in London is one of hottest trends as of now!
Before we go ahead and sing praises of granite let us remind you that they are not really stain-resistant. Yes, your beautiful granite worktop can get stained but fret not. There are some clever ways in which you can maintain them and also make them stain-free.
- If the stain on granite worktops stays on for a long period of time, it gets a little stubborn. If that is that kind of stain that you are dealing with then you might need to go for stone poultice. Stone poultice is a non-abrasive and absorptive clay cleaning powder. It is mostly used to get rid of oil stains that have stayed on for too long. You will have to make a paste of the poultice with a cleaning agent and then spread it on the stain. Cover it with plastic for at least 24 hours. This should help in removing the stain. However, it may also dull the shine of the granite. If such a thing happens you can get it re-polished.
- Some granite worktops are porous in nature. If such is the case with your worktop then make sure that it is resealed at regular intervals. Resealing will ensure that the spill on your worktop does not seep into the stone and damage it internally. Resealing with also keep the possibility of bacterial growth in the crevices of the worktop at bay.
A granite kitchen is London is nothing short of a statement. It is a statement that says that the owner of this house is sophisticated and has refined taste.
However, there is always a price to pay for style! And all we are saying is that this price is not too steep. All you have to do is be a little careful and care for your beautiful granite worktop.