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Stone Care Blog

How to Restore a Granite Composite Sink

How to Restore a Granite Composite Sink

Before Supreme Surface became a brand of stone care products and specialty cleaners, we spent more than 20 years as a natural stone company with a service department, Over that time we participated in thousands of granite composite sink restorations and repairs.  Even in cases where individuals have sandpapered their entire sink, this almost always created the desired result.  Over the past several years our Help Line has walked individuals just like you through this process over the phone, and now we have compiled the information into this simple how-to blog for your convenience.

    • Sam Munro
    How to Safely Remove Water Spots from Quartz Countertops

    How to Safely Remove Water Spots from Quartz Countertops

    Hard water stains and hard water spots require special cleaning for quartz countertops.  Learn how to safely remove hard water spots and mineral deposits with a simple list of "Do's and Don'ts," as well as preventative steps.
    • Sam Munro
    White Haze On Granite Composite Sinks

    White Haze On Granite Composite Sinks

    black composite granite sink with a white haze that has been etched and needs to be restored to look like new.

    There are two very common issues that resemble the look of a white or chalky haze on black granite composite sinks. One is caused by mineral deposits (calcium and lime) and the other is a damaged surface. A sink with a damaged surface is particularly noticeable on black sinks and caused by either an abrasive pad or chemical etching.

     

    • Tom Munro