How to clean your granite table
Choose an easy daily routine to clean granite.
Warm/hot water and a soft cloth (microfiber works really well) should be sufficient for your granite table on a daily basis. If possible, use distilled water rather than tap water, just in case there is high chlorination or other mineral content. To prevent water spots, always be sure to dry your countertops thoroughly with a fresh soft cloth.
For deeper granite cleaning, try not to go overboard.
A ph-neutral dishsoap like Seventh Generation works really well, as long as you make sure to rinse thoroughly and then dry. If you want something a little stronger, you can try Simple Green Stone Cleaner – it’s natural and safe to use. Household products like hydrogen peroxide (on light granite only, to be safe), acetone (dark granite) or clear ammonia work, too, but be careful of ammonia – it can dull your granite over time.