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Old 03-11-2020, 01:38 AM   #21
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I use their cleaning products & while I havenít painted over anything after using it I can say it doesnít leave a film of any kind behind (even on granite) so Iíd imagine it shouldnít be much of an issue as long as it was a weak solution or rinsed.
You used whose cleaning products? You do realize that granite is not that absorptive at least in the short run.
And finally, never take marble for granite!
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Old 03-11-2020, 09:52 PM   #22
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You used whose cleaning products? You do realize that granite is not that absorptive at least in the short run.

And finally, never take marble for granite!


Haha marble for granite...ur so punny .

Mrs. Meyers cleaning products (from OP) but ya the granite isnít porous like marble but is a b*tch to clean off when the product leaves any kinda film behind...assumed thats what was being asked since its an adhesion problem
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I would be quoting to wash everything down and rinse with eco tsp regardless. You never know what someone has done..plus a light sand.
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