Do you have a grease or cooking oil stain on your granite countertop? The Problem is, how to clean stains on granite? Perhaps you spilled some oil or grease or your kids left a pizza box on the granite overnight. Common Problem!
You can easily remove oil from granite counter tops using a high-powered oxygen bleach. The key is to just have patience as the cleaning process could span a few days depending upon the density and porosity of the granite.
Thinking about this problem for my own use, Cleaning Stains on my Granite, I came across a product called Bring It On Cleaner with Oxygen Bleach for removing water spots on my shower doors, so I thought what do I have to loss trying it on the Granite?
I successfully removed cooking oil and grease stains by using a wet sponge and the Bring It On Cleaner lightly on the Granite and removed all the stains. Put enough water in the paper towel and wipe off any excess product.
Don’t be afraid to use Oxygen Bleach, basically it is like using Hydrogen Peroxide! It's a dried form of hydrogen peroxide and soda ash. It comes as a pure white granular powder which is mixed with other indigence to make some really fabulous cleaning formulas.
It sure did a great job on Cleaning Stains on Granite and cleaning my Shower Doors, can hardly wait to see how it performs on my Tile and Grout.
If the oil soaks deeply into the granite, it could take several applications to remove all the oil.
Wooden antique furniture, like old wine, is more valuable with age. It also carries with it distinct design and craftsmanship that may no longer exist today. It is no surprise then that we take extra steps to preserve our antique pieces more than we do our modern furniture.
Whether as a flavor, a scent, or a body care product additive, trust orange to brighten things up. But unknown to many, orange--in its oil form--is also a highly effective wood polish and cleaner.