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Stone Care

Beyond the surface: discover more about stone countertops.

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Caring for Granite

Granite care and maintenance is as easy as wiping granite with a damp cloth and a pH-neutral stone cleaner. A sealer will help protect it from daily wear.

  • Clean it regularly with a soft cloth and warm water. A mild soap works best.
  • Apply a granite sealer every year to help protect it from spills and scratches.

To Be Avoided

  • Never use bleach and abrasive cleaners. These can etch the stone.
  • Never place hot objects like pots and pans directly on the stone. Use trivets or mats.

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Caring for Marble

Marble care and maintenance requires a bit extra care. The porous, yet beautiful stone can easily stain and etch. Avoid harsh and abrasive cleaners.

  • Clean often with a warm wet cloth and a mild soap or a special stone cleaner.
  • Take care when pouring or setting down acidic drinks like orange juice and soda.

To Be Avoided

  • Don’t let spills sit on marble. Clean them immediately or they will stain.
  • Never place hot objects like pots and pans directly on the stone. Use trivets or mats. Marble’s surface can easily damage.

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Caring for Quartz

Quartz care and maintenance is the simplest of all the stones we carry. Because of its strength, quartz is also more resistant to surface damage.

  • Clean regularly with warm water and a soft cloth. A sealer isn’t necessary.

To Be Avoided

  • Don’t use bleach, abrasive cleaners on quartz. These will cause the gloss to dull.
  • Never place hot objects like pots and pans directly on the stone. Use trivets or mats.