- Mix one cup of white vinegar with one cup of room-temperature water in a spray bottle. You can increase the amount of cleaning solution made by doubling or tripling the recipe; you can store unused solution for future cleanings
- Spray the cleaning solution generously onto the granite countertops.
- Use dry newspaper to wipe away the solution and buff the countertops in a circular motion to prevent any streaking.
- Mix one cup of hydrogen peroxide with one cup of room-temperature water in a spray bottle. You can use regular 12 percent hydrogen peroxide, which is found in most grocery and drug stores.
- Spray the hydrogen peroxide solution directly onto the stained area.
- Buff the countertop using newspaper until the stain is removed and the granite is completely dried.
Things You Will Need
- 1 cup of white vinegar
- 1 cup of water
- 2 spray bottles
- 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide
- Use a towel or trivet to protect granite countertops from hot items such as pots and pans.
- Use a granite polish to help restore countertops to their original luster.