Monday, December 31, 2007

On Keeping Your Granite Countertop Clean

...and surviving the event.

I've been researching how to clean my granite countertops without having to buy the expensive cleaning products like Granite Gold. Basically, you can just use mild dish soap, mixed with water. However, in my research, I came across this piece of advice.
If you are using some creams or powder don’t mix bleach and ammonia together, this combination creates a toxic and lethal gas. And this is really a very harmful for cleaning granite worktops.
You know, it's one thing to be killed by lethal fumes from mixing toxic chemicals, but it's another thing altogether to damage your granite!

"As you fall unconscious from the poisonous vapors that are boiling within your lungs, try to avoid striking your skull against the granite. That could lead to cracks or scratches on the surface of the stone."

2 comments:

kitchen Worktops said...

You must be regularly clean up and roughly dusting of granite woktops. Do not use too much cleaner or soap, as sometimes it may leave a film and cause some irregular lines on worktops.

Granite Worktops said...

I agree with "kitchen worktops". Never use to much cleaner or soap on your Granite Worktops.
Great post, thank you