Granite- how to remove water stains or redo them on a budget?

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Good mornin y'all ,
I really need help I have black granite in kitchen and bathroom. The water stains are driving me nuts, I have tried everything . I would love to get rid of them but budget wise ,I just can't . Any and all suggestions on how to clean them .. removing water stains and or a way to redo them with out the cost of removing?
(Painting, water proofing .. laminate... I know there has to be away I have not found it so I'm reaching
out ) thank you 😊

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  • Oliva Oliva on Jul 07, 2018
    Granite requires regular sealing several times a year, with a special product that is sprayed on in 3' sections, let sit few minutes, buff dry. Tedious, but very effective. Water drips should be immediately wiped dry. Keeping a microfiber cloth nearby works well on granite. Do you have hard water? Can you add a softener system? Laminate can't get too wet or you run the risk of water seeping into seams. If it's calcium marks, you can use a Q tip dipped in white distilled vinegar, but don't leave it on long because vinegar, like acids, will etch granite.

  • Alice Alice on Jul 08, 2018
    Do not use any ammonia, vinegar, or lemon cleaners on granite. Although granite is an extremely tough surface, it is susceptible to acidic formulas, which eat away at its surface. Vinegar, and lemon all contain more acid than is safe for granite. Wash counters using a clean white cloth.

  • Deb33767718 Deb33767718 on Jul 09, 2018
    Cool ty😊