Repairing the damage done to your home after a flood can look like an overwhelming job. In most cases, it’s best to seek out the services of a professional flood damage restoration team. But when my home flooded a few years ago, I found out that there were some things that I could do myself. Books, clothes, and even furniture can recover from water damage under the right circumstances. Knowing how to prevent mold, and remove it when you find it, can also come in handy after a flood. I know that it can be a devastating event for a family. That’s why I started this blog – to share my experience with flood damage and share the things that I learned that helped me put my home back together. With both professional help, and amateur ideas, hopefully you can learn something useful from my experience.
Having, or installing, granite countertops means that your kitchen countertops will be classy and beautiful. But having granite counter tops does mean that you need to know a thing or two about how to care for your granite countertops. And you should also know how to remove stains, which is something you will learn about in this guide.
Tips To Care For Your Countertops
First, you can learn about a few things you should not do to your countertops:
Do not clean your countertops with anything harsh such as natural acidic cleaners like vinegar, lemon or lime, ammonia or bleach, or rough sponges or scrappers.
The next thing you should know is what is okay for your countertops like the following:
You also need to make sure your granite is sealed, and to do that, try the following test:
Getting Rid Of Stains
You should also be prepared for stains, even you care for your countertops as much as possible because accidents may happen. You will need the following to make your safe stain-cleaning solution:
Follow the steps below to remove surface stains on your counter:
29 October 2015