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We get this question from customer shopping for countertops for bath vanities: How do you care for a Granite top bath vanity?

Each type of stone has its advantages and disadvantages. Granite is the least course of many of the other standard countertop natural stone tops compared to marble or travertine as an example. It's also a very hard stone ...

We get this question from customer shopping for countertops for bath vanities: How do you care for a Granite top bath vanity?

Each type of stone has its advantages and disadvantages. Granite is the least course of many of the other standard countertop natural stone tops compared to marble or travertine as an example. It's also a very hard stone and has a very smooth finish. You're not going to see any veins in it like you would in marble.

It's very easy to care for. The products that I recommend, that I use myself is a Method granite cleaner, which you can find at Target. I believe the big box stores, such as Home Depot or Lowes also carry this product line. Really, a mild soap, dish soap, and water also work beautifully. The important thing about it that you clean it off and that what you really just don't want to do with any type of stone is to allow anything to buildup because over time no matter how durable the stone is, the buildup will breakdown the stone itself.

The rule of thumb also, you did need to seal any type of natural stone. You're going to need to seal with granite. The recommended sealing timeframes is once every six months. Though at a very minimum, make sure you at least do it once a year.

Hopefully, this answers some of your questions about granite tops if it's something that you should consider. If you have any questions for us or looking for a particular vanity with a granite top, feel free to contact us: service@bathandvanities.com

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