Granite Countertop Sealer
When it comes to a granite countertop sealer, you can bet your contractor didn't think of applying the best
granite sealer he could find, but probably the cheapest sealer available, that's if he sealed the granite at all.
Sealing granite countertops is easy, but it shouldn't be taken for granted (no pun in intended). If you had your granite
installed or it was there when you moved into your home, you know it's an expensive add on to your home.
I'm sure you want to protect your expensive add on from unwanted stains (yes it can be stained) from things
like oil, red wine or a long list of kitchen items.
There are a ton of natural stone sealers on the market, and as a homeowner it's hard to know which granite countertop sealer
is going to give you the best protection from staining and not be toxic to your family.
From our experience cleaning and sealing granite countertops, we know that not all stone sealers are
created equal. We have tested different sealers on all types of natural stone, from the most porous to the
There are different sealers for more dense (less porous) natural stone and more porous stones.
Getting your advice from the big box store attendant on what granite sealer to buy is
probably not your best option, but sometimes that's all you have to go on (good thing you found us).
I have used almost all of the big box store natural stone sealers and most of them are so strong smelling,
that they've chased me out of the room I was working in.
Here is a natural stone sealer for granite and any dense material like engineered stone, that does not have a
strong odor and is food grade, so it's safe for granite countertops and your family.
MB-24 Barrier VOC Water Based Impregnating Selear
(For marble, granite, travertine, limestone, and all natural stone and grout.)