Different granites have different resistance to staining and scratching, so when you buy, you must ask what kind of granite you are buying. Cutting directly on the surface of the granite will not affect the overall granite, but it is best to put a backing plate when cutting to prevent the knife from becoming dull. Frequent use of the same knife to cut at the same position on the granite countertop will wear away the polished surface of the granite countertop.
Light-colored granite has more pores than dark-colored granite and is more likely to be stained. Clean up the liquid immediately when spilled on the countertop to help avoid potential staining. Use a penetrating sealant to seal before installation to avoid staining. We recommend that you regularly seal according to the sealant instructions. Such as coffee, red wine, cooking oil, butter, lemon juice, tomato juice, and other acid products spilled on the countertop should be removed as soon as possible. Use the correct cleaning agent, do not use ammonia-containing cleaning agents, so as not to corrode the granite and make the polished surface dull.
Put the high-temperature utensils directly on the granite and there will be no signs of burns, but be careful when moving, because the stones will accumulate heat on the utensils and will be released during the movement. If you don’t pay attention, you may get burned.