- Apply a lacquer thinner or acetone to a clean white cloth for the surface of granite that is dark in appearance. Wipe off the area of the ink stain with the cloth.
- Next, apply hydrogen peroxide to the surface of granite that is light in appearance. Wipe off the area with a clean, soft cloth.
- Mix molding plaster and pure bleach until it has a pasty appearance. Molding plaster, which is the same as Plaster-of-Paris, is an all-purpose utility plaster.
- Spread the mix on the stained part of the granite with a putty knife. Let the mix sit on the ink stain for half an hour. Wipe off the area with a soft cloth.
- Rinse off the area with water and a sponge.
How to Remove Ink From Granite
Granite is a popular material used to make kitchen counter and table tops. Granite provides a beautiful and natural look to a kitchen. Granite is also more expensive than most of the materials used to make counter tops, which make it important to remove any ink stains as effectively as possible. The most important consideration when removing the ink stains is the color of the granite. The good news is ink stains on granite can be easily removed.
Things You Will Need
- Don't procrastinate. The stain should be removed as quickly as possible. Make sure the stain is actually from ink. Don't use any more ink stain removing agents than necessary.
- How to Clean Marble Shower Tile
- How to Repair Granite With Epoxy
- How to Repair Sandstone Window Sills
- The Best Way to Clean a Stone Shower
- How to Finish Off the Space Between Cabinets & Tile Backsplash
- Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning Tips
- How to Remove Smoke Stains From Brick
- How to Clean Marble With Common Household Items
- How to Cut & Polish Granite Countertops
- How to Repair Cracks in Solid-Surface Countertops
- How to Paint Laminate Countertops With Melamine Paint
- How to Mount Exterior Wall Lights on Stone Veneer
- How to Get Rid of Ceiling Mold or Mildew
- How to Clean a Fireplace Hearth