Proper care for your kitchen worktop

Hard stones such as granite, gneiss, porphyry, gabbro, quartzite and the like sometimes feature quartz veins, small pores, fine cracks and colour differences, which are nothing but an unmistakable sign of the natural origin and uniqueness of native stone. Thanks to its natural porosity, every natural stone slab takes on a richer shade over the years.
Polished surfaces are easier to clean due to their smoothness compared to matte surfaces such as honed, sandblasted, flamed and brushed.

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IMPREGNATION

We recommend treating our materials with an oil-water repellent impregnator. We observed the best results with Lithofin Fleckstop W. Should the impregnating effect decrease over the years, the surface can simply be impregnated again.

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Daily care

Hard stone is virtually indestructible and requires minimal care and attention. For day-to-day cleaning, just clean the worktop with warm water and a microfibre cloth. Warm water is the best grease solvent. We recommend removing dirt as soon as possible, and not to use highly alkaline products or vinegar and lemon-based detergents.

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Recommendations

Your natural stone kitchen top withstands high temperature without any problems. However, do not place a hot pot directly on the stone, because any oil and grease on the underside of the pot may easily seep into the stone.

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BAGNARA
STONE CARE

To maintain the beauty of your kitchen worktop unchanged over time, we recommend cleaning the surface at least once a year with the products for natural stone of the Bagnara Stone Care set, consisting of:

  • Lithofin MN Easy-Clean
  • Lithofin Fleckstop „W“
  • Cloth

Click on "Contact" and buy the Bagnara Stone Care care set directly from us, or find our retail partner near you easily via our Store Locator.

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