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Using Endust on Granite Counter tops - yay or nay?

janniecooks | Mar 5, 201402:51 AM

The other day I sprayed Endust on a cloth that I had laid out on my granite kitchen counter, and after a while I noticed that some over spray ended up on the counter top. I rubbed the over-spray off with paper towels, but noticed that the counter now had a slick, smooth feel and it was much shinier than before. So I proceeded to treat the rest of the counters with Endust, and quite like the effect, especially when water or other liquids spill. Beads up and wipes right up.

Now my counter tops are not the highest quality granite, they were installed by the previous owners about 8 years ago, the grain or pattern is uninteresting (it's fine grained black and white and grey granite). But I still want to maintain them in good shape. I have been cleaning them with a homemade solution of water, alcohol and a tiny bit of dish soap. Since I like the effect that Endust gives, is there any reason not to use it after cleaning with the aforementioned cleaning solution?

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