I have been using the Daily Stone Cleaner for years after having been given a sample by the company that supplied the granite for my kitchen countertops. The newer (to me) All In One Stone Care is an even better product, the polish and shine components produce a lovely shine on the granite.
I have black granite which is hard to clean without leaving streaks and haze. I used a all of the Home Depot stuff, nothing worked. I finally found this company and this cleaner by searching how best to clean black granite on YouTube and ordered, it works awesome, finally something that does!
Great for maintenance
I use this to maintain my black composite sink in between deep cleanings.
This product makes my black granite look shiny again and does not streak like the cheap in store cleaners.Last awhile also.Will purchase again.
Daily Stone Cleaner
We have a Kraus single bowl black Onyx Granite kitchen sink. It was recommended by Kraus that we use Daily Stone as well as the **** & Mineral Cleaner and Granite Quartz and Marble Treatment/Cleaner, Polish & Sealer. We use them all according to the directions. Our sink looks great all the time. I have ordered from you from the beginning. Everything arrives in perfect condition and the company responds to the order promptly a and communicates status of order timely.
Love the cleaner for our countertops! Great product, fast delivery and one very satisfied customer!!
Refills a great value
READ ALL WARNINGS!!
- Found product by doing online research on protecting quartz; first purchased on Amazon. - Item arrived in good condition - Item was packed with care - I use the product on White Quartz, Grey Blanco Sink, Marbella stone shower - Best feature - Ability to repel hard water and other stains to the extent possible on quartz and other surfaces that can't be - protected another way. It has worked really well. - Phone support was extremely helpful. I appreciated the time they were willing to spend in order to answer questions. The only negative feedback I have are the directions on the packaging. Both the daily stone cleaner and the daily shower cleaner have a note "FOR REMOVING HARD WATER DEPOSITS, WATER STAINS & MORE: Use Supreme Surface Soap **** and Mineral Remover." There is no additional warning or information. While cleaning my shower not everything was coming off. I looked at the back of the bottle and saw the above. And I did. My stone shower was badly etched as a result. I saw the damage and stopped immediately but it was too late. Now to be fair there is a warning on the back of the Soap **** and Mineral Remover bottle "Do Not Use on Marble or Travertine". I did not think to read the back of that bottle separately. I had seen the suggestion on the two other cleaners (The daily and the stone shower) and didn't think to. I had purchased the soap **** remover for my granite sink (also stone right??). My inexperience cost me. It etched my shower on contact instantly. I wish I had never purchased the stuff and I'm afraid to use it anywhere else. I will continue to use the Daily Cleaner and the sealer - they work fantastically. My feedback is to add the **** Remover warning/caveat to the suggestion on the other bottles so that other beginners don't make the same mistake that I did. I wish I had read the back of the third bottle more closely - I thought I had done my diligence. I am thankful I found the other products for my counters. Really bummed I damaged my shower.
Supreme Surface Cleaners
Best warning I can offer, and I said this to you on the phone, is never install polished marble in a shower. If you do, don't use the shower because anything that is not pH neutral will etch it and cause it to dull. This not only goes for cleaning solutions, but personal care products too. I believe the manufacturer no longer sells this product for showers, I wonder why. As a note to all who read this, all Supreme Surface products are safe to use on polished marble, except the Scum and mineral Deposit Remover. Warnings or marble and travertine are clearly marked, directly above the instructions. The not so good thing is you didn't read the label and were never informed on how to clean or care for your stone. Again, the Scum and Mineral Deposit Remover clearly says not to use on marble. As a helpful note to others, our website has several meaningful articles on how to clean marble and travertine showers. Here's a link to one of them: https://www.supremesurfacecleaners.com/blogs/stonecare/cleaning-and-proper-care-for-stone-showers-marble-travertine-more .