River white granite countertops are sheets of beautiful stones cut and polished to a near mirror finish. Over time, dulls the surface and acids corrode the rail that calls for a renovation. Rent a rock grinder and accompanying pillows to bring back that exquisite kitchen table to look like new. Be prepared to have some noise, some dust in several hours, but for a finish that will shine.
Renovate river white granite countertops, Sand the kitchen table starting with the toughest grit diamond pad designed for a dry grinding process, wearing ear protection to the sound of Sander. Work from one side of the disc to the other in a circular motion; take the time to sand off any rough spots or scratches. Wipe the disc with a damp cloth to remove dust and dirt from the surface, rinse it often in hot water. Change the pad to the next pad by slightly less gravel. Repeat grinding and drying down process through each different level of grain size until you get to the polishing pad. Take time to slowly bring the rough surface back to a highly polished surface.
Wash cut river white granite countertops with a solution of a few drop of mild detergent and hot water. Rinse the surface thoroughly and dry with another cloth. Seal the surface of granite with a granite sealer. Follow the directions on the packaging and let it dry. Polish granite with a granite polish by applying the paste with a clean dry cloth and wearing rubber gloves. Apply it in a circular motion and let it dry to a dull haze. Buff off polish with a microfiber cloth work in circular motions. Turn the cloth often to keep polish from accumulating on the surface of the cloth.