Combine poultice powder with a small amount of liquid dish soap to form a paste. Apply the paste over the stain. Cover the stain with a clear plastic wrap, tightly sealing the edges with tape to lock in the air. Allow this to sit for a couple of days. The poultice will draw the stain out of the stone surface.
Materials like gum, nail polish, paint, etc. may be scraped with a sharp edge (a razor blade, parallel to the surface). Difficult spots may be treated with acetone. Scrub and always rinse thoroughly.
We suggest you use a mild liquid dish soap and water or a stone soap. Since you want to maintain granite's shiny surface, avoid leaving a soapy film on the surface.
Spray or wipe the stone sealer over the counter top. Wait 4 to 5 minutes for it to dry. Wipe off any excess residue. Complete every 6 months.
Blot the spill with a paper towel immediately. Soak the area with mild soap and water, then rinse. Dry the area thoroughly with a soft cloth.