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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Granite countertops...what do you use to clean yours?

    The people that installed our granite said to use Windex. It seems to work well.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Granite countertops...what do you use to clean yours?

    I have Uba Tuba and it seems impenetrable...doesn't seem to need sealing.

    Lysol antibacterial kitchen cleaner spray and a microfiber cloth work great without streaks.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Granite countertops...what do you use to clean yours?

    Quote Originally Posted by Meeker View Post
    The people that installed our granite said to use Windex. It seems to work well.
    this is one in the industry that is seen too often as a recomendation that shouldn't. and the reason is that though it will leave it nice and clean and leave a nice shine for a while after continued use it will remove any sealer and can actually etch the stone.

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    Default Re: Granite countertops...what do you use to clean yours?

    Quote Originally Posted by JeffG View Post
    I have Uba Tuba and it seems impenetrable...doesn't seem to need sealing.

    Lysol antibacterial kitchen cleaner spray and a microfiber cloth work great without streaks.
    most chemical cleaners have the potential to etch granite because they are acidic cleaners. it is usually best to stay with formulated cleaners that are designed for granite

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