We specialize in all types of granite and quartz surfaces for new and existing kitchens and projects. We cut all our granite with an industrial bridge saw, no free hand cutting. All under mount sinks and special shapes will be cut by a water jet machine for accurate designs.
All local & imported granite
- Rustenburg Sonop
- Rustenburg Premium
- Rustenburg K2
- Sage Brush
- African Dream Gold
- African Fantasy
- All other African range colours
- Ivory Cream
- Crema sardo
- Grigio mahogany
- Crema rosito
All Quartz engineered surfaces and thickness from 20mm – 80mm:
- Café quartz
- Pro quartz
- Venice Stone
- LG Viatera
- Samsung Radianz
Maintenance & Care
What is the best way to clean granite?
Handy Andy® and Windowlene® are good products to use for daily cleaning of granite. Marble and onyx should ideally be cleaned with natural stone cleansers. To prolong the need for resealing granite, use a wax-based product or Mr Min® approximately twice a week.
What is the best way to get rid of stubborn stains on granite?
Due to their porous nature, all of these stone types can stain. Granite slabs that are light in colour with a fine grain are more prone to staining, so it is best to clean off stain-prone substances as soon as possible. Should your marble, granite or onyx countertop get stained, follow this procedure:
- Create a paste with plaster of Paris and Jik®
- (Fabricators: plaster of Paris can be replaced with aluminium powder.)
- Cover and seal the area with plastic such as Gladwrap®
- Leave the covered paste for 24 hours, then remove.
How often do granite need to be resealed?
Light Granite are very sensitive and should be resealed every 6 months: Akemi® is an excellent sealer that you can apply yourself. High-gloss granite provides the most resilient finish, as it creates a less porous surface than usual. We will be able to tell you whether your preferred slab has a high-gloss finish. Darker Granite needs to be resealed less often if you have been regularly polishing it with a wax-based product or Mr Min®.
General care and maintenance for granite:
- Do not sit, stand or kneel on your counter.
- Do not cut directly on the surface as scratching will occur.
- Do not drop heavy objects onto the surface.
- Using a trivet for resting hot objects away from your surface is recommended.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners.
- Do not forcefully scrub any area of the countertop.
- Do not allow water to pool around sinks and faucets areas for prolonged period