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Granite Countertops Seattle

Granite counters at below cost. Caesar stone marble concrete stone tile. Great deals on cut and polished tops

Gorgeous green granite slab

Gorgeous Green Granite Slab

Granite Countertops   |   Posted: 12/06/19

Item Condition: Good

Nice white marbling. 67 x 13.5 x 1.5


Italian Marble Slab 18 x 44.5 x .75

Italian Marble Slab 18 X 44.5 X .75

Granite Countertops   |   Posted: 10/06/19

Item Condition: Good

Gorgeous pattern. Hard to capture in photos.


Granite Countertops in distance from Seattle

Granite Island Countertop

Granite Island Countertop

Granite Countertops   |   Posted: 02/02/19

Item Condition: Excellent

Granite Island countertop “Giallo ornamental” 57 x 81 inches. $900 or best offer!! Countertop only!!!

CAD $900.00

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What is the best material for countertops?

Granite was formed millions of years ago from compressed molten rock which makes granite countertops very durable and far superior to laminate, synthetic and even marble because it is less likely to scratch or chip. Try granite countertops to remodel your kitchen in style.

Do granite countertops require sealing?

Many dark-colored denser granites do not require sealing. To be sure, perform this simple test:

  1. Drip enough lemon juice to form a dime-sized puddle on your countertop.
  2. Do the same with vegetable/olive oil.
  3. Look at the surface of the stone through the puddles and note the time.
  4. If the granite takes less than 15 minutes to darken, then applying a granite sealer will make this stone reasonably stain resistant, but make sure it absorbs well and doesn't dry on top.
  5. If the stone never darkens or it takes more than 15 minutes, then you have a near stain-proof granite countertop that probably would not take a sealer even if you tried.

How often should I seal my granite countertop?

Most granite countertops should be re-sealed every 3 to 5 years, but some do not need re-sealing.