Getting Water Marks on your new Granite Worktops you may think can be one of the worst things to happen to your Kitchen. Even though Water Marks are not anything to fear, they can be utterly frustrating to look at.
Granite Care offers some advice on how to get rid of these.
One thing to remember is to never use white vinegar to try and get the water marks off! Vinegar is an acidic substance and you should try to never put any acidic substances, even a spill of vinegar onto your Worktops because if it is left on, it could cause long-term damage to the Granite.
The method that Granite Care suggests is to use some Fairy Liquid. Put a small amount of this onto a sponge such as a Scotch-Brite Sponge, diluted with warm water and then gently scrub the Worktop Surface where the water mark is. After this has dried off, your water marks should have disappeared or at least started to. Hopefully you will have some success.
The best thing to do is maintain your Granite Worktops so that whenever anything is spilled or goes onto them, the substance is cleaned off not long after so there is no real risk of short-term or long-term damage.
Maintain your Worktops correctly and they will last you a lifetime.
Granite Care suply and recommend the Akemi Care Kit