How to Get Gnarly Stains Out of Stone Countertops
Using stuff you already have in your house
Ughghghghgh. That Pinterest beet salad seemed like such a good idea at the time...and now your beautiful granite countertop is a bloody shade of purple. But fear not. We’ve got a sneaky trick for cleaning up easy.
What do I need? Flour, hydrogen peroxide and plastic wrap.
What do I do? Mix the ingredients to the consistency of peanut butter, spread on the stain and cover with plastic overnight. Scrape the whole thing off in the morning.
What if I’m worried about slopping hydrogen peroxide all over my beautiful Caesarstone? Do a test first, on a small area in hidden spot that nobody will see.