Sealing granite countertops – Granite tile countertops are a viable option when granite slab exceeds your budget but want the look and durability of natural stone. Sealants put on the surface of the stone, so it is more resistant to spills and dirt regular, and may extend the life of the finished stone. Allow the recent installations granite tile to dry and cure for at least three days and three nights before applying a sealer.
Clean the sealing granite countertops with a clean, slightly damp, lint-free to remove any dirt or dust. Allow the surface to dry for a few minutes until you can not feel the obvious moisture to the touch. Cover or mask the areas around the granite block overspray. Use tape or a newspaper or a combination thereof, as needed.
Sprinkle a generous and even sealing granite countertops over the entire surface of granite, dissemination of sealant with a soft, clean, dry cloth layer. Allow sealant to rest quietly on the surface for 15-30 minutes. Clean the surface of granite tiles with a cloth lint cool and dry to collect any excess sealant. Refrain from touching or set anything on the surface until the sealant is dry and cured. This can be for 24 hours or up to three days, depending on the brand of your sealant.