Granite & Stone Sealer Spray

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Protect your stone countertop with our professional-quality granite & stone sealer. This product is formulated specially to protect stone surfaces from water and staining while allowing the stone to breathe and release moisture vapors.

Safe on food contact surfaces, ammonia and phosphate free, streak free formula, water based formula, and superior coverage. For use on all solid stone surfaces including granite, quartz, marble, limestone, slate, and grout. Covers approximately 72 sq. ft.

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SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. Always test a small area before using. For maximum protection the stone surface should be dry for 6-12 hours before sealing.

  1. Clean stone surface with Stone Care International cleaner before sealing.
  2. Cover areas that are not intended to be sealed.
  3. Liberally apply to entire surface until it is evenly wet. do not saturate the surface.
  4. Allow surface to begin drying for 3-5 minutes, wet the surface once more with the sealer to properly penetrate and cure.
  5. Wipe off excess sealer from surface after 30 minutes. If excess sealer dries on the surface, apply more sealer to the surface and wipe immediately with a clean, dry terrycloth towel. For more porous stones repeat steps 2-5 one hour after the first application.
  6. Keep stone dry for 24 hours after application.

Reseal your stone ever 6-12 months or as needed. to test, pour water (about 3 inches in diameter) on the surface in several locations and let it sit for 30 minutes. If you see a dark mark or ring, the water is penetrating the stone and it's time to reseal. See our guide on the water test here.

Will this seal Quartz countertops?

Quartz is a non-porous surface that does not require to be sealed.

How long does the sealer have to remain on the aggregate?

After following the listed instructions on the bottle, once excess sealer has been wiped the surface will need to cure for a full 24 hours before the countertop can be used, anything placed back on it, or any other cleaners or polishes used on it.