How to Remove Stains from Your Granite

Dec 6th, 2016 | Bathroom Design, Granite, Granite Damage

Though your granite countertops should be regularly sealed against staining, it is possible that your granite counters may become stained at some point. Whether you have black, colored, or white granite near Littleton, Highlands Ranch, or Parker, you may eventually see stains from coffee, butter, and other drinks or food. Watch the video to learn more about the poultice method to remove stains from your granite countertops.

The poultice method involves making a paper towel poultice of peroxide or acetone; which one you choose depends on the type of stain on your granite countertops. Use several layers of paper towels and soak them in the solution. Apply the poultice directly to the stain and cover it completely. Tape plastic wrap over the poultice and let it sit for 24 to 48 hours. Remove the poultice, and the stain should be removed.

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