Jun 12, 2013 Natural Stone Maintenance Sander Coovert
Marble and granite countertops are some of the most popular options out there. They look amazing in both kitchens and bathrooms, but they require some upkeep to prevent them from staining. Fruit juices, wine, coffee, tea, water, sauces, and grease splatters are the biggest culprits, and while wiping up spills as they happen will help cut down on stains, you can’t win them all. If the unthinkable should occur, you can tackle stains from liquids and other substances with poultice recipes and do-it-yourself solutions. Here are some of the best practices and recipes for removing stains from marble and granite countertops!
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