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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.

RECOMMENDED TO BE AVOIDED
Clean it regularly with a soft cloth and warm water. A mild soap works best. Never use bleach and abrasive cleaners. These can etch the stone.
Apply a granite sealer every year to help protect it from spills and scratches. 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.

RECOMMENDED TO BE AVOIDED
Clean often with a warm wet cloth and a mild soap or a special stone cleaner. Don’t let spills sit on marble. Clean them immediately or they will stain.
Take care when pouring or setting down acidic drinks like orange juice and soda. 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.

RECOMMENDED TO BE AVOIDED
Clean regularly with warm water and a soft cloth. A sealer isn’t necessary. 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.