How can I keep my granite worktop in good condition?

How can I keep my granite worktop in good condition?

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

TAGS

Guest blogger

RECENT Posts

  1. Eliminating moisture from the bathroom
    31 Oct, 2016
    Eliminating moisture from the bathroom
    Eliminating moisture from the bathroom: ​ No matter where you live, a high moisture level in your bathroom makes mold almost impossible to get rid of, no matter how much you clean. Eliminating bathroom dampness is the key to keeping mold from growing. To do that, follow these steps: First, after a bath or a shower, squeegee water off the shower walls. That eliminates at least three-fourths of the moisture that supports mold and mildew growth. Second, run your bath fans during your bath or
  2. The need for better kitchen lighting
    27 Oct, 2016
    The need for better kitchen lighting
    The need for better kitchen lighting The kitchen in the house where I grew up was lit by a single fluorescent ring bulb smack dab in the middle of the ceiling. It was too bright when you clicked it on for a midnight snack and too dim when it came to reading the fine print on the chocolate chip package. But like most kitchen lighting back then, it “worked. ”  These days, “workable” just doesn't cut it. Most kitchens now serve as dining room, office and family room. Lights are on in the
  3. How to remove water stains
    24 Oct, 2016
    How to remove water stains
    How to Remove Water Stains Get rid of rust, lime, scum and stains on bathroom fixtures. If you're prone to bathroom neglect—or you have stubborn stains seemingly beyond your control—don't throw in the towel. We'll show you how to dissolve three frustrating, yet common, water-caused deposits: rust stains and mineral buildup in the toilet bowl, hardened mineral deposits on faucets, and layered soap scum on shower wall tile.  The key to removing tough stains is selecting the right cleaner. See