You love your granite countertops in PA, but over time you have noticed they have lost a little bit of that luster that you first fell in love with. That beautiful surface can be restored. All you need to do is polish your stonework so that it can shine like new again. But before you start, it is crucial to understand the right way to polish your granite so that you don’t end up causing any damage while trying to restore it. We are here with the advice you need.
The first step to polishing your countertop is to clean the entire surface with a granite-specific cleaner. We recommend using the appropriate polishing pad set to the recommended speed—usually a low one—to help you avoid creating any scratches. You also typically want to work from the outside edge of the granite inwards.
As you remove excessive dirt, you can keep repeating the process with finer diamond polishing pads until you reach the finest grit. It is important to remember never to apply pressure during the polishing process—let the pad do its work.
Once all the dirt is removed, you can apply a polishing cream and buff it to the desired finish using a hog’s hair or buffing pad. Finally, once you have achieved your desired shine, you will need to re-seal the granite to make sure it continues to look its best for many more years to come.