Remove Grease Stain From Granite Countertop With Acetone Poultice
If you have ever had a granite counter you know what I mean when I say they can stain easily, because they are porous.
When you get a grease stain on the counter, and it doesn't seem to be coming off, the video below has some tips for how to get it out.
Specifically, the video suggests using an acetone poultice to remove the grease stains from the granite.
The ingredients you will need to follow these directions include:
To make the acetone poultice wet some paper towels with the acetone, and place the wet paper towels over the stain.
To keep the area moist overnight cover the paper towels with plastic wrap, and tape it down making sure the acetone soaked towels are in contact with the stained area.
Then, after leaving overnight take off the plastic wrap but leave the wet paper towels on the counter.
Once the paper towel has dried you can remove the paper towel from the granite counter and the stain should be gone.
If not, you can repeat the procedure again.
Here is the video for full details:
VIDEO After Using An Acetone Poultice Make Sure To Reseal Countertops
Most granite countertops are sealed, to let less things stain them to begin with.
However, one of the reasons that this poultice works is because it removes that sealant layer on the granite, to clean and remove the stain underneath.
To make sure that area of your counter does not later become a magnet for stains, you'll need to take the time to reseal the granite afterward!
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Acetone Worked for Me For Cleaning My Granite Stains
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This SR101 Reader shared how the above tip worked for cleaning her granite stains. SR101 Reader says:
I had a stain on my granite countertop and used acetone on paper towels following the procedure, and after removing the dried paper towels I was pleased to see that the stain was completely gone.
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