Are granite worktops easy to maintain?

Granite and Quartz Installations Manchester, Are granite worktops easy to maintain?

Granite is known for its elegant, timeless appeal and remains one of the most popular materials available when it comes to commercial and residential kitchen worktops. Granite worktops are not difficult to maintain, though there are some steps you can take to secure the longevity of your investment. Read on to find out more about how to maintain the quality of your granite worktops for longer.

Prolong the life of your worktop

Granite worktops are easy to clean, are non-porous and are resistant to scratches. Once your granite worktops are installed, you should clean mess as quickly as possible to prevent staining. Although foods won’t crack or chip your worktop, they can still stain it. Rather than using abrasive scrubbers, opt for a suitable cleaning formula or soap solution. Regular cleaning agents can damage your worktop, so only use formulas that have been created for granite. You can enjoy your worktop for longer by ensuring liquids don’t remain on it for a substantial period of time. Acidic liquids and alcohol can reduce the longevity of the surface so ensure that any spillages of this type are dealt with swiftly.

Why choose us?

At Granite & Quartz Installations, we can come to your assistance if you do wish to invest in a first-class granite or quartz worktop. We have been installing granite and quartz worktops for more than 25 years and only ever supply worktops made from the finest materials. You can contact us at any point if you do have any queries about any of the products in our range. We can also assist you if you need advice on selecting the right worktop for your requirements.We are able to offer nationwide fitting and can provide a lifetime guarantee. Our worktops feature anti-stain technology, and we can promise swift turnarounds as well as highly competitive prices. To learn more or get a quote, simply call 0161 287 0715 or send a message to

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