How should I clean my Granite Tranformations countertop?
December 10, 2008 9:45 AM   Subscribe

I moved into a house with Granite Transformations kitchen countertops and I'm looking for the best cleaning practices for this surface.

The care and handling document says that I should use "a mild detergent" and avoid "abrasive cleaners" and "Chemicals such as solvents,
acetone, acid or alkaline products can cause damage."

I'm not sure whether the household cleaners that I would normally use (Windex, Formula 409) are considered acidic/abrasive/alkaline/whatever and possibly damaging to the surface. Or what products might be a mild detergent.

Anyone out there with these countertops that can offer some guidance?
posted by creepygirl to Home & Garden (2 answers total)
Mild detergent is dish soap.
posted by stupidsexyFlanders at 10:18 AM on December 10, 2008

Its not cheap but FILA satin effect wax will bring it up a treat and make future cleaning much easier. I've been told granite should be waxed twice a year.
posted by Lanark at 12:29 PM on December 10, 2008

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