by Karen Bates
(last updated March 23, 2015)
Granite is a beautiful stone that can be used throughout your home. It is made up of several different minerals and is one of the hardest stones in the world. It is quite popular and can have many uses. You can use it for counters, tiles, flooring, and more.
Although granite looks great as flooring for your shower and in other parts of the bathroom, placing this stone in constant contact with water can pose a problem. Hard water can cause ugly calcium build-up on granite, leaving a white, cloudy film over the surface. This film can't simply be wiped away with any cleaner you might have. You will have to take certain measures to remove and prevent this irritating build-up.
If you have noticed a build-up of calcium on the granite flooring of your shower, don't despair. There are several options you can choose from when deciding how to go about cleaning your shower floor. Here are some ways that you can remove those nasty deposits:
Although it may seem like a hassle at times to have granite surfaces, cleaning them is not very difficult. While you do have to take special care of these areas of your home, the beauty and durability they add is definitely worth it.
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