What happens if you don't seal granite countertops 

What is Porosity. Why it is important to seal granite. what happens when you don't seal granite. Steps to seal granite countertops.

Porosity Porosity means that liquid substances can penetrate the surface of the granite, potentially leading to staining and damage.

Sealers are designed to fill in the microscopic pores of your granite countertop, creating a barrier that prevents liquids from seeping in.

Why Seal

By sealing your granite countertops, you can prevent stains, bacterial growth and damage.

What happen if you don't seal ?

Staining and Discoloration Unsealed granite countertops are vulnerable to staining from liquids such as wine, coffee, and cooking oils..

Bacterial Growth

Since unsealed granite countertops can absorb liquids, they can also provide a breeding ground for bacteria.

Erosion and Damage Acidic substances like lemon juice, vinegar, and some cleaning products can cause etching on the surface of unsealed granite..

How to Seal Your Granite STEP 1: Clean the countertop: Clean the granite countertop thoroughly using a mild, non-abrasive cleaner. Ensure that the surface is dry before proceeding.

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