Question about Stone Clearance: Black Granite Vanity Countertop Pre Drilled Holes - Solid
Hi, I have some superficial scratches/marks made by a knife on my black granite kitchen worktop. The scratches are only surface and are not embedded into the granite. Is there anything I can use to remove these scratches? Thanks
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Posted on Sep 06, 2009
The mark on your granite is not a scratch, but a metal mark made by metal deposited on the surface under pressure, similar to how a pencil deposits graphite on paper. These can easily be removed by a local stone fabrication shop with a wet 2000 grit polishing pad followed by a wet buff pad, or using a dry buff pad. You might try using soft scrub and a non-scratch sponge. I can't remember if there are types of soft scrub with abrasive, read the bottle to see. also do not use the soft scrub with bleach. I don't generally use soft scrub since I have the polishing pads. If you give me your email address, I can look at the soft scrub today and email you the exact kind to use.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Contact the company on the bottle! I would also talk to the store manager there as well. The manufacture will give you the correct steps in removing the product. You could also contact an installer and get some ideas as what can be done to either fix it or remove it. Either way, be careful. Most people don't realize that granite can be damaged.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
There is a cleaning kit sold by Home Depot in the kitchen counter top area of the store in black bottles for about $25 or so. The company that makes these are experts in cleaning stone. I would recommend calling them. After you get the stains out you will want to seal the counters using their seal or something else that is recommended by the manufacturer of your counters. The process to seal is simple and should be done every time you notice water absorbing into the stone (or ideally before that starts to happen). Good luck and your posting of the specific advice received from Stone Solutions and what you did and the result would be greatly appreciated.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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