Granite is Tough; Taking Correct Care of It Isn't By: Edward Green
Crystal like granite countertops and spa type bathrooms built with natural stone are all rage in home interiors, but not surprisingly it will lose its investment value fast if not properly maintained.
Up to now, only ammonia based cleaners were granite cleaning choice outside of soap and water for homeowners, regardless of fact that these products in reality damage natural stone.
Marble Masterís stone cleaning product line safely cleans and conditions countertops, floors and wall surrounds made of granite, marble, travertine and other natural stone. For more information, visit www.marblemasteruk.com
"Ammonia-based products remove seal of natural stone, allowing stains to penetrate surface and set more easily," said Edward Green, Technical Director of Marble Master. "The damage caused by these products increases chance that stone will have to be refurbished or replaced, which is a costly undertaking."
Natural stone is hard-wearing, but still needs appropriate care to continue its inherent beauty. When treated correctly, it is a low maintenance surface that will hold its gleam longer than any other surface known to man, and can enhance value of your home.
Marble Master's set of non ammoniated, inexpensive products features its Daily Cleaner, Daily Cleaner Wipes, Polish/Protector, Stone Soap and Penetrating Sealers. The line protects and extends life of stone countertops and gives customers high quality cleaning power. The line is non toxic, safe on all food preparation surfaces, features a streak-free formula and is easy to use.