Once the wax has been iced, use your fingernail or a blunt-edged tool such as a butter knife or putty knife to slide under an exposed edge of the stain. Familiarize yourself with the materials in and near the area you wish to clean to avoid damaging the material. However, if a stronger disinfectant is desired, mix together a 50:50 solution of water and 91% isopropyl alcohol. Answers to your questions and all the information you need regarding proper granite countertop care are found below. Of course, you should also perform the water test upon installation (if you didn’t do it while shopping) to determine if your natural stone even needs sealing (many do not and cannot be sealed).

Follow the simple directions in this article to use ice to harden and remove wax from natural stone countertops.

Once the entire area has been cleaned, remove the soap residue with a clean soft sponge, free of soap, wet with water. If after a few minutes the water has soaked into the granite, then it’s time to reseal the stone.

Use these cleaners if you want — just know that you don’t have to buy them if you don’t want to. Testing for sealing granite countertops annually is a good idea to determine when you need to re-seal. You’ll hear and read that you should re-seal every year or every 3-5 years, but the proper frequency for applying a granite sealer is not set in stone (ohh!







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Once the wax has been iced, use your fingernail or a blunt-edged tool such as a butter knife or putty knife to slide under an exposed edge of the stain. Familiarize yourself with the materials in and near the area you wish to clean to avoid damaging...