Alaska White Granite is a natural material quarried from countries around the world. Alaska White Granite is one of the hardest materials in the world. Alaska White Granite countertops are resistant to scratching, cracking, and chipping.
Alaska White Granite, like many natural stones, is porous. If you let a spill sit too long it could stain. Sealing your Alaska White granite countertops is a perfect way to protect them and keep your counters looking fresh and new.
Wipe down your Alaska White granite countertop with a mild dish soap diluted with water. Use a soft cloth or sponge. Never use an abrasive scrubber on Alaska White granite to avoid scratches. Clean your Alaska White granite in small, circular motions. Next, dry your Alaska White granite with a soft cloth. Regular cleaning keeps your Alaska White granite countertops looking fresh and beautiful.