How To Remove A Stain From Your Granite Countertops: A Demonstration By Great Lakes Granite & Marble

How To Remove A Stain From Your Granite Countertops AZ: A Demonstration By Great Lakes Granite & Marble
Since granite and other natural stones are porous, many experts recommend treating these countertops with a penetrating sealer. Even treated tops, though, may get stains occasionally. The good news is, there are few to no substances that cannot be removed using the proper cleaning agent and process. Follow these steps to create a poultice to remove stains from porous materials.

11 thoughts on “How To Remove A Stain From Your Granite Countertops: A Demonstration By Great Lakes Granite & Marble”

  1. The wicking agent is the acetone, or denatured alcohol. If it is truly a water stain just leave it and it will dry in a few days or a week. It is oil if it is unchanged after a week of keeping it dry.

  2. Does this work on marble as well. My problem was the floors were not sealed to begin with and have different kinds of regular kitchen stains can someone help me. Thanks Jackie

  3. Any idea how to remove a dark curling iron burn off the countertop?I believe its marble.Thanks 😉

  4. Cynthia Atkinson

    What should I use to remove a hot pink stain left from colored cellophane wrapper on a plant container?

  5. Tied it many times on may different stains, some even brand new. Doesn’t work, not even a little. Works about as good as water. I wish people wouldn’t post these things if they don’t know what they are doing.

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