Granite is formed by slow cooling lave deep beneath the earth's surface which
produces a tough, course grained, crystalline rock, composed mainly of feldspar
You should expect to find natural characteristics such as veining (streaks of
lighter crystals), variation of crystal size, color and tone between slabs or
within single slabs. Large carbon deposits may appear to be watermarks.
Mineral seams or gas fissures can be mistaken for cracks in the surface of the
Natural features such as these add to the beauty and uniqueness of every stone.
It is the combination of unique natural variations and functional durability
that makes granite an ideal material for your furniture.
Always keep granite surfaces clean.
Remove staining materials including alcohols, oils, fats, greases and juices
from the surface as soon as possible.
Although heat resistant, care should always be exercised when placing hot
objects on a piece of furniture and the use of a heat resistant serving tray or
worktop server is recommended.
Periodically clean the granite inserts with a damp cloth, using mild detergent
Completely remove the detergent using a clean damp sponge.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.