By Marilyn Syarto
If you’re a granite lover, you’ll do everything you can to keep your stone counters looking stunningly clean and remaining chip-free. But, chips happen. It’s inevitable when it comes to stone counters, especially on protruding corners. Small chips can also occur in granite if a heavy item, such as a cast-iron pan, drops on the surface in just the right way at just the right angle. Most chips happen at the edges where the granite is most vulnerable to items—like furniture and appliances—accidentally hitting the material.
Our guide gives you the basic method for fixing a minor chip and tips on knowing when and why to call in stone repair experts.