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Tips to Keep Granite Countertops in Good Condition

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Rugo Stone LLC, a company that specializes in natural stone uses and installation, has worked on projects at a number of prominent sites, such as government offices and basilicas. In addition to its high-profile work, Rugo Stone LLC lends its expertise to homeowners by assisting with natural stone installation, including granite kitchen countertops.

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Tips to Keep Granite Countertops in Good Condition

  1. 1. TIPS TO KEEP GRANITE COUNTERTOPS IN GOOD CONDITION By Rugo Stone LLC
  2. 2. Introduction  Rugo Stone LLC, a company that specializes in natural stone uses and installation, has worked on projects at a number of prominent sites, such as government offices and basilicas. In addition to its high-profile work, Rugo Stone LLC lends its expertise to homeowners by assisting with natural stone installation, including granite kitchen countertops.
  3. 3. About Granite  With many shades and types from which to choose, granite is an excellent option for homeowners looking to create a unique, beautiful countertop. However, the cleaning and upkeep of granite countertops can be a concern. Maintaining them need not be exceedingly difficult, though, as there are a number of simple steps homeowners can take to keep granite countertops in top condition.
  4. 4. Conclusion  First of all, make sure you reseal your countertop when appropriate. Your vendor can give you a better idea of how frequently the granite should be resealed based upon your usage and the type of seal applied. However, one way to tell if your granite countertop needs to be resealed is to observe what happens when you pour a small amount of water on it. If the water seeps into the stone and makes the stone look darker in color, it’s time to reseal. To extend the life of the seal, do not use cleaning products that are abrasive or contain acids. These products can break down the seal and leave marks on the surface.

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