Choosing Granite Countertops
When it comes to choosing granite countertops, there are plenty of options with many choices of color, veining, and patterns. The beauty of Snowfall granite countertops comes from its natural appearance – it’s something that only the beauty of nature could create. Since there are no two slabs of granite that are exactly the same, your new countertop will provide your home with unique appeal. The classic elegance of Snowfall granite countertops in your space, is matched with its outstanding durability. The granite countertops you select for your next project might be the last countertops your home will ever need.
Snowfall Granite is a polished, natural granite imported from Brazil. This creamy, snowy white granite is s composed of ebony and charcoal flecks and veins with clouds of warm beige. Brownish-golden veining runs throughout with relative consistency on most Snowfall Granite slabs. Most granites are either predominately made up of veining or scattered flecks. Snowfall Granite mixes short veins and a speckled pattern to produce its appearance of distant snow-covered mountains.
Snowfall Granite Design
Snowfall Granite Countertop Maintenance
Do: Seal Your Countertops Sealing your Snowfall Granite Countertops is essential. Granite, like many natural stones, is porous. If you let a spill sit for too long it could stain. Sealing your granite is a great way to protect it from unnecessary exposure. A sealer is necessary to keep your counters looking their best and to protect against scratches, stains, and overall dullness.
Do: Blot up Spills Immediately Acidic substances like wine, coffee, fruit juices, tomato sauce, and sodas could potentially stain your Snowfall Granite Countertops. Cooking oils may also leave a stain if not wiped up.
Do: Use a Cutting Board Avoid the possibility of scratching your Snowfall Granite countertop and protect your knives. Cutting on your granite countertops will dull and damage your knives’ edges quickly. You should never use your granite counter as a cutting board.
Don’t: Use Generic Cleaning Products Generic cleaning products such as bleach, glass cleaners, and other degreasers contain acids, alkalis, and other chemicals that will degrade the granite sealer leaving your Snowfall Granite countertop more vulnerable to staining.
Don’t: Sit or Stand on Your Countertops Unlike a laminate countertop surface, granite, marble and quartz solid surface countertops are very hard, but not flexible.Also, they DO NOT have a plywood backing. So when too much weight is applied in one area, it could cause a crack.