How To Clean Granite Countertops & Polish Them at the Same Time
This is where the coffee is poured and yesterday’s stories are doled out. This is where the school lunches are prepared and the homework is scribbled. This is where the agenda for the day is discussed and the vegetables for tonight’s dinner are chopped, although let’s be honest, it’s for a meal my children probably won’t eat. This is where the little but important moments happen over and over again, every single day.The real bedrock of this kitchen is the granite (you see what I did there?), because these countertops endure a lot of action and spills. Now that we’re talking about it, I hope I wiped up yesterday’s smoothie. It’s hard to be sure, because these precious countertops are camouflaged just enough to where they hide crumbs, spills and itty-bitty fingerprints pretty spectacularly. However, I want to make sure that my countertops are able to endure the heavy use that we demand. In order to make certain that my countertops are clean and polished, Granite Gold Clean & Shine® comes to the rescue. This spray-on product combines two essential steps in stone-care maintenance to get more done in less time.
As a mama who reads ingredient labels and takes safety seriously, I feel good about using Granite Gold Clean & Shine® because it’s completely safe to use on food prep surfaces. It’s also pH balanced and contains no phosphates or ammonia.Granite Gold® co-founders and cousins Lenny Sciarrino and Lenny Pellegrino created this formula with safety in mind. They grew up in the family business of manufacturing, installing and restoring stone surfaces throughout Southern California and found that common household cleaners could pose dangers to natural stone. So the cousins decided to create a formula of granite cleaners that were safe for their clients to use around their families and to protect the integrity of the stone surfaces.
HOW TO USE GRANITE GOLD CLEAN & SHINE®
You’ll love how easy it is to use…
- First, simply spray Granite Gold® Clean & Shine onto the stone surface.
- Next, buff with a dry paper towel or lint-free cloth.
- Finally, wipe the counter dry with a paper towel or lint-free cloth.