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Quartz and granite kitchen countertops are a popular choice for homeowners due to their durability and beauty. However, many people believe that these surfaces are stain-resistant, which is not entirely true. In fact, substances like red wine, coffee, and oil can penetrate the surface of granite and quartz, causing permanent damage.

To protect your investment, it’s important to seal them regularly. This creates a protective barrier that helps repel liquids and prevent them from penetrating the surface. However, even with proper sealing, it’s still important to clean up spills immediately to prevent any potential staining.

If your kitchen countertops are already stained, don’t panic! We understand the importance of maintaining the appearance of your home and are dedicated to providing expert care for your countertops.

Our team of professionals has the experience and knowledge necessary to protect and restore the beauty of your countertops. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and ensure that your quartz or granite kitchen countertops remain in pristine condition for years to come.

Can Granite and Quartz Be Permanently Stained?