Granite Countertop Renewal
Make Your Granite Countertops Sparkle!
Granite countertops add a beautiful touch to any kitchen or bathroom in your home, but they can be quite an investment. Even though most granite countertops come with a pre-applied sealant when first installed, this sealant can wear off and cause bacteria and dirt to get into the granite’s surface. These contaminants along with things like water spots can cause your granite countertops to lose their original shine and sparkle.
Luckily, you can preserve the look of your exquisite countertops with our granite countertop renewal in Atlanta! We use specialized cleaning solutions and equipment designed to safely and effectively remove dirt and buildup from your countertops.
Choose the Granite Cleaning Professionals
Ready to Make Your Granite Shine?
Make Your Kitchen Safer and Healthier
Granite is very porous, making it an easy surface to hide bacteria and dirt that can only be eliminated with deep cleaning. We’ve tested the effectiveness of our process in multiple homes and have conducted a Home Health Study to help us ensure that we use the most effective formula.
This study found that our granite countertop renewal process (when used in conjunction with a sanitizer) removes an average of 98.4% of bacteria from granite countertops. Make sure your granite countertops are safe and clean to use with a granite countertop renewal in Atlanta!
How Our Granite Cleaning Process Works
Before we begin cleaning, we consult with you to better understand your needs and make sure we provide you with the best granite countertop renewal in Atlanta. Here are our typical steps:
1. Clean and Scrub
Chem-Dry’s proprietary granite countertop cleaning solution removes germs, dirt, and grime from your countertops with gentle scrubbing. We do not use abrasive scrubbing techniques like other granite countertop renewal companies because we don’t want to damage your countertop’s surface.
2. Remove Leftover Residue
Once we’ve cleaned the surface of your countertops, we remove any leftover residue using our specialized granite countertop residue remover.
After we remove leftover residue, we seal your countertops with a small amount of our granite countertop sealer, which dries within 3-5 minutes. Our sealer provides a powerful layer of protection for your countertops.
Lastly, we polish your countertops with our unique granite polish. Our polish leaves your countertops shiny and lustrous for the months and years to come!
Trust the Granite Cleaning Experts
We only employ the most trained and knowledgeable technicians for granite countertop renewals in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Roswell, and surrounding areas. Our trained technicians always provide an initial assessment and thoroughly inspect your countertops before any cleaning takes place.
Then, they will point out any areas of concern and walk you through the steps of our renewal method. Once our techs finish cleaning your granite, they will give you tips for the future care of your countertops.
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K & C Chem-Dry
Carpet, Upholstery, Rug, Wood Floor, & Tile Cleaning in Atlanta
220 BEACHLAND DR
ATLANTA GA 30342
Between Buckhead and Sandy Springs
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Hours: Mon-Sun 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.