Black Granite Fading – Countertops

Black Granite Fading – Countertops

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What You Need To Know

Why does black granite fade? The answer is, black granite should not fade.

Black granite imported from Asia and India is sometimes doctored with dyes and oils to darken the surface. Dyes can include homemade blends such as charcoal and linseed oil.  Pre-packaged color enhancers are also used to darken granite. The fading is nothing more than

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