With a properly sealed countertop, youre ready to start cleaning. Follow these tips for daily upkeep:

 

Dont use harsh chemicals, acidic cleaners, or abrasive scrubbing tools: Stick with warm water, mild dish soap, and a soft microfiber cloth.

Wipe up spills as soon as possible: Granite isnt as porous as marble, so its less susceptible to soaking up oils and stains. Still, you should wipe spills immediately with a soft cloth as a simple preventative measure.

Clean with warm water and a couple drops of dish soap: Wet a cloth and apply a bit of soap to the countertop. Wipe the entire surface once to clean it and a second time to rinse it.

 

How to Remove Stains from Granite Countertops

 

Daily cleaning is enough to keep your granite countertop in good shape most of the time, but if you spill something and it leaves a stain, you need to do a bit more deep cleaning. Remove the mark from your countertop without damaging the natural stone by using these tips:

 

Apply a baking soda paste: No matter what you spilled, odds are baking soda can help remove it.

Apply the paste generously over the stained area: Gently scrub the counter with a soft cloth and rinse thoroughly. Repeat as needed.

 

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