Utah Granite Countertops by Ken Law
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The natural granite or quartz you have purchased for your home or office is an investment that will give you many years of beautiful service. Simple care and maintenance will keep it looking beautiful for decades. Here are some recommendations for routine care and cleaning:
Clean stone surfaces with a few drops of neutral cleaner, stone soap, or a mild liquid dishwashing detergent and warm water.
Glass cleaner works well, but avoid glass cleaners that contain ammonia, such as regular Windex®. A good one to use that we have found is Glass Plus®. Most ammonia-
Too much cleaner or soap may leave a film and cause streaks. If this happens, clean up excess soapy film with clear, warm water and a clean sponge or rag.
Do not use products that contain lemon, orange, citrus, vinegar or other acids on the countertop. The high acid content can dull the finish.
Do not use abrasive scouring powders or liquids; these products contain abrasive chemicals or ammonia that may damage the surface. If required, use a non-
Avoid contact with harsh chemicals such as bleach, paint strippers, oven cleaners or drain cleaners (Draino®, Liquid Plumber®, etc.).
Bath and Other Wet Areas
In the bath or other wet areas, soap scum can be minimized by using a squeegee after each use. To remove soap scum, use a non-
Do dust surfaces frequently.
Do clean surfaces with mild detergent or stone soap.
Do thoroughly rinse and dry the surface after washing.
Do blot up spills immediately.
Don't use vinegar, lemon juice or other cleaners containing acids.
Don't use cleaners that contain ammonia such as bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners or tub & tile cleaners.
Don't use abrasive cleaners such as dry powdered Comet®, Ajax®, etc.
Don't use bleach or cleaners that contain bleach.