For Granite and Stone Countertops
- Have Bullnosing and Shaping seal your stone to help prevent staining.
- Spray a mild neutral, non-rinse stone cleaner on the surface of the stone and wipe clean with a small cloth towel. Clean as often as you need to.
- For dried on foods, let the cleaner soften the foods, and then wipe as usual. You can also use a stiff edge plastic tool or utensil. Do not use metal tools.
- For heavy oil residue, apply two drops of dish soap to a wet sponge and wipe clean. Follow up with the non-rinse stone cleaner.
- After cleaning, apply stone enhancer and polish for added shine and protection.
- Cover stone when using acidic liquids on marble, limestone and travertine.
Hot pans can be set directly on stone. If any dulling or clouding is noticed, call Bullnosing and Shaping.
Cutting with knives on granite is ok. Marble and limestone will scratch. If scratches are noticed on granite, stop cutting and use a cutting board. Cutting boards are recommended for most situations.
Do not stand or sit on counter tops and overhangs.
- Schedule routine professional cleaning and sealing as recommended.
- Contact Bullnosing and Shaping with any questions or comments about stone care.