Granite Cleaner Scrub Sponge is Gentle on Stone

Granite Cleaner Scrub Sponge is Gentle on Stone

Granite Cleaner Scrub Sponge is Gentle on Stone

Not all household scrubbing pads are alike. They’re made for specific uses around the house, like scrubbing pots and pans.  Each has its own grade or grit, kind of like sandpaper, and most are too abrasive for your expensive granite counter or floor – leaving scratches that require costly repair.

Designed to be gentle on stone while easily remove stuck food particles, Granite Gold Scrub Sponge® is safe on granite, marble, travertine and all other natural stone.  The non-scratch pad is great on counters and floors, and it’s also safe for use on stone shower walls and tub surrounds, easily removing water deposits and soap scum without harming the stone surface.

Leave the tough, gritty scrubbing pads for the burnt frying pan or BBQ grill.  Save Granite Gold Scrub Sponge for when the jelly dries the stone counter.

Kill the Germs, Not Your Stone

With the school year returning, it’s only a matter of time until the kids start sharing and bringing home cold and flu germs – and we all start breaking the hand sanitizers and the household disinfectants.

Here’s a little reminder that common disinfecting wipes and sprays can damage granite, marble, travertine and all other natural stone surfaces.  You’ll kill the germs, but you could be doing the same to your bank account with costly repair or replacement. Granite Gold Disinfecting Wipes® will kill the germs – not your stone.   Also remember that all disinfectants are designed to disinfect, not clean, and any disinfectant is not a substitute granite cleaner.  After letting the disinfectant dry, rinse with potable water and then clean.sciarrino-newspaper

A Family Story

Did you know Granite Gold® is a story about a family legacy etched in stone?  It’s a tradition among three generations.  Check out this video that briefly tells the story of Granite Gold’s roots: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8Jq_T6jJ-s.

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