Over time, your stone surfaces will reflect the degree of care you give them. If your stone is in need of some protective maintenance because the sealant has broken down, then it is very possible for your stone to get a stain or discoloration. Additionally, some environments can contribute to rust stains forming on a stone surface and they must be restored using a special solution. This product list only shows the products that you would want to use on granite or quartz stones. For marble, check out our list of
marble cleaning and restoration products. Some of the products are the same as those found on this list, but marble has additional needs so we have made a separate list for simplification.
We are still taking orders and our warehouses are still open and shipping.
Our employees are following all CDC quidelines.
"Alcohol cleaners and diluted bleach are unlikely to cause issues with most natural stone surfaces. Additionally, many EPA-registered commercial cleaners include ‘safe for use on marble or natural stone’ – check the label. If you are concerned, test the cleaner in a small inconspicuous location before treating the entire stone surface."