Have you had your stone countertops sealed recently? If not, now is the time!
In a typical home setting, spills are an everyday occurrence, and when a countertop is composed of a naturally porous stone like marble, limestone, travertine, etc., they can cause a lot of damage. When an acidic substance like coffee, juice, or tea gets spilled on a stone surface that needs to be sealed or resealed, it is likely to leave behind an unattractive etch mark or stain. Although spills are inevitable and sealing your stone can't prevent them, having your countertop sealed will provide a strong barrier that will protect your countertop against most stains.
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Gerald M - Memphis, TNMarch 03, 2021
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For optimal performance, we recommend that your stone countertops be sealed once every 12-18 months. If you are unsure whether or not the time has come for your countertop to be resealed, watch the demonstration video below to learn how to check for yourself.
Because of its elegance, durability, and enduring beauty, granite has become the stone of choice for most countertops in today's luxury homes. If sealed properly by a professional like Sir Grout, your granite countertop can easily outlast your home itself. Do yourself a favor and let Sir Grout Memphis protect your lavish investment by sealing the granite, or any other type of stone countertops in your home today.