Thursday, 6 September 2012

How I Can Clean Sink Made Of Granite

The charm and grace that is felt with granite sink is just rare to find anywhere else. However, slowly and gradually (due to continuous uses) this stone loses its beauty. They lose their shine, get stains and sometimes appear to change color. But, it is not hard to earn them back. Here is a step by step procedure to clean granite sinks. Just follow them and you will find your granite sink looking glowing for several years to come.
  1. Get a non-abrasive sponge or cloth and dip it in water. Squeeze it to get rid of extra water and make it damped.
  2. Put a small amount of mild liquid soap directly on wet sponge or cloth. Squeeze it to make some lather.
  3. Wipe the granite stone basin with the wet and soapy sponge/cloth thoroughly. Concentrate on the areas that have accumulated dirt or formed crystal out of water minerals.
  4. Rinse the sink thoroughly without leaving any traces of soap in the basin. Repeat the process until clean water flows out of the sink.
  5. Take a soft, dry cotton cloth to wipe out water completely.
  6. If you still find the sink appearing dull, probably there is still some residue left in there. In that case repeat step 4 and 5.
If your sink has some tough stains that remain unaffected even after using soap, you can use cleanser that is meant especially for granite stones. Avoid using hard scrubbers or cleansers to prevent scratches. The given step might seem simple but is effective if repeated once in a week if uses is frequent or once in a month if uses is infrequent.


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