How To Cut Granite Countertops

How To Cut Granite Countertops
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18 thoughts on “How To Cut Granite Countertops”

  1. OMG. . . it all is so beauteous!!! Really you guys did a GREAT JOB, looks simply marvelous. So clean, modern, fresh. . . WoW!! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. Janie! Save that “Plug” piece, wash it up really good… Then put it in your freezer. Instant Whiskey Stone. They work very well to keep drinks cold, without watering down the drink. The sink and counter are gorgeous Janie. Just gorgeous.
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  3. Very nice job on the bathroom Janie. I like the farmhouse sink very much. You were right about the faucet….looks brand new. So you used vinegar on it. Guess I’ll try vinegar on my faucets!

  4. Great job!!!! Looks really ice. Like your faucet too.Your acrylic tub/shower looks brand new too.

  5. Great job and looks wonderful….I’d love to see the kitchen since adding the hutch. I’ve really missed both of you this summer. My prayers are with you. Blessings!

  6. Dang!!! I didn’t know you could use that saw and a bit of water, cool. You all are going to save me $300 bucks. Thanks and Rock on!!!

  7. Just did our granite, found a pump sprayer worked very well, I was able to better control the water amount and placement on the blade and didn’t make a big mess

  8. It is safe to use like that since you are not using a wet saw with electrical protection?..Would be fine if yes because I have a B&D saw to use it so. Thanks for sharing.

  9. I just got 2 slabs of black granite for $20 each about that size and I’m going to use them to do the same thing in both of my bathrooms. thank you so much for the video, I had no idea where to start!

  10. Good job girl, I just don’t like the modern look of the sink seat on top of the counter, prefer the old way to drop the sink but looks nice

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