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Granite Gold to the Rescue: Easy Solutions for Some Messy Places

Granite Gold to the Rescue: Easy Solutions for Some Messy Places

Granite Gold to the Rescue: Easy Solutions for Some Messy Places

Posted by Stone Care Experts | March 5, 2019 | Product Reviews

Published by Miami Moms Blog, March 5, 2019

Motherhood has so many challenges, cleaning doesn’t need to be one of them.  As with anything, the best things in a mom’s life make her life easier!  I am constantly on a quest for products that will not add chemicals to my home, yet do the job effectively in as little time as possible.

One of the latest products to cross my sights is Granite Gold®.  Ever since moving into my apartment the granite has been a point of contention.  I don’t know what the last tenant did here but the stains in the granite just made it look destroyed.  There were watermarks, white crust, and no luster whatsoever.  No matter what I tried, the ugly factor just didn’t go away–so when I was asked to give my opinion on a granite cleaner and polisher, I was all over it.

Using the Granite Gold Daily Cleaner® and Granite Gold Polish®

I started off by taking the dirtiest section of granite and cleaning half of it with Granite Gold Daily Cleaner® so that I could get a good reference as to how clean the granite would look.  Next, I used the Granite Gold Polish® and something amazing happened… the granite looked better than I could have imagined.  Layers of filth and dirt came off and the granite was sparkling.

I don’t want to sound cheesy about this but I must say I was pleasantly surprised; various shades of color appeared out of nowhere.  I went from the kitchen directly to the bathrooms, all with the same marvelous results.  Friends come over and ask if the countertops are new.  I am so proud of this new find!

Interestingly enough this great cleaner contains no phosphates or ammonia, it’s biodegradable, non-acidic, PH balanced, and non-toxic and totally safe on food prep areas.  Gotta love that.

Life needs to be simple, and with little ones making their fair share of messes with their various science experiments, you want to know you have an arsenal of products to tackle the worst mess possible without bringing in nasty chemicals and fumes.  Thank you, Granite Gold®.  I have shiny new countertops that I am really proud of.

Purchase Granite Gold® products online or at Publix stores throughout Miami! You can also find Granite Gold® at Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, Lowe’s and Walmart.

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