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Tips on Restoring Your Natural Stone Countertops

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By: Patricia Hughes

Natural stone is a big investment, which makes stains, chips and etching feel like a catastrophic problem. Fortunately, there are products designed specifically to clean and restore the surface of natural stone. Mr. Stone offers quality products to restore granite countertops, quartz countertops, marble countertops, and other types of stone without harming the stone or diminishing stone colors.

When you are attempting to restore your countertop, it is important to select the right type of product to solve your specific problem. What needs to be done? Whether the surface of the stone needs to be cleaned, the finish restored, or chips repaired, there are products available to restore your natural stone. From stain removers and aesthetic cleaners to chip repair kits and surface enhancers, Mr. Stone offers quality products to solve all types of problems.

Always choose products that are safe for your type of stone. Not every product is intended for use on all types of natural stone. Regardless of the type of stone, you should never use commercial kitchen, bathroom, or countertop cleaners on natural stone surfaces. These products contain harsh chemicals that can stain your countertops, etch the surface of the stone, and harm the beautiful natural stone colors.

Products for Restoring Countertops

StoneTech Restore Acidic Cleaner – Over time, soap scum, hard water deposits, and other deposits can dull the surface of natural stone countertops. StoneTech Restore Acidic Cleaner is a heavy duty acidic cleaner that is designed to remove hard water deposits, soap scum, grout haze, and efflorescence. Follow the directions on the container to renew the surface of the stone.

Countertop Stain Remover – Sealing natural stone helps protect it from stains and etching. However, if your countertop is already stained, Countertop Stain Remover products from DuPont can help restore the beauty of your natural stone. This product is safe for use on marble, granite, gemstone, travertine, slate, limestone, and onyx countertops. The stain removing formula works to remove deep-set oil stains from natural stone without leaving a residue.

Granite and Marble Chip repair kit – If you have chips on your countertop, try the Granite and Marble Chip Repair kit to restore your countertop. This product is effective for repairing chips in granite countertops, marble countertops, and other natural stone counters. The kit includes everything you need to treat, repair, and polish your countertop in just minutes.

Quartz Surface Enhancer – Quartz is a durable engineered stone that is generally resistant to stains. Superior Stone Products’ Quartz Surface Enhancer is designed to enhance the beauty of quartz countertops and protection from stains. Your quartz countertop will look brand new with a uniform color and texture. This product is easy to use and available in either a spray bottle or a larger quart size bottle.

When the time comes to replace your natural stone countertops, Marble.com is a leading fabricator and installer with locations throughout the United States. Marble.com offers an extensive inventory of high-quality natural stone products at competitive prices from quarries located around the world. Visit our location to select the perfect slab for your new countertop and have it installed by professional installers who are experienced with all types of natural stone.

Protect your investment in your natural stone countertops by treating it with care, using quality cleaning products and sealers, and acting quickly to repair any problems. Whether you need to enhance the surface of a quartz countertop, repair chips in granite or marble, or remove stains from your natural stone surfaces, take the time to choose quality products that are formulated for your type of natural stone and follow the manufacturer’s directions for great results.






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  • Levi Armstrong on

    My boss is planning to restore the marble countertop we have on our office’s pantry. I like that you said we should be careful with what products we will use to restore our countertop because the wrong one will cause more damage and diminish its color. Perhaps it would a wiser choice to just hire a commercial stone surface polishing company instead of doing it on our own to ensure that the marble countertop would be polished properly. Thanks for this, Patricia! http://centurystoneresurfacing.com/services

  • Duagua Roberts on

    This is a question I have a natural stone counter top that is not seal or looks shine is there any products that can clean it and give it a shiney look

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