DIY Stone Spray for Granite

DIY Stone Spray for Granite

Creating a DIY stone spray for granite, marble, and quartz countertops can be a cost-effective and convenient way to keep them clean and shiny. Here’s a simple recipe you can try:


  1. Isopropyl Alcohol: This acts as a disinfectant and helps in cleaning the surface.
  2. Distilled Water: Used as a base to dilute the alcohol and make the spray gentle on the stone surface.
  3. Mild Dish Soap: Helps in removing grease and grime.
  4. Essential Oils (Optional): For a pleasant fragrance.


  1. Mixing: In a clean spray bottle, mix equal parts of isopropyl alcohol and distilled water. For example, you can start with a mixture of 1 cup of alcohol and 1 cup of water.
  2. Adding Dish Soap: Add a few drops of mild dish soap to the mixture. Be careful not to add too much, as you don’t want the solution to be soapy.
  3. Optional: If you prefer a scented cleaner, you can add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to the mixture. Some good options are lemon, lavender, or tea tree oil.
  4. Shake Well: Close the spray bottle and shake it well to ensure all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed.


  1. Preparation: Before using the spray, make sure to wipe down the countertops with a dry cloth to remove any loose debris.
  2. Application: Spray the DIY stone cleaner onto the surface of the countertops evenly.
  3. Cleaning: Use a soft cloth or sponge to gently wipe the surface, focusing on any areas with spills or stains. Avoid using abrasive scrubbers or cleaners, as they can scratch the stone surface.
  4. Drying: Allow the countertops to air dry, or you can use a clean, dry cloth to wipe away any excess moisture.
  5. Buffing (Optional): For an extra shine, you can buff the countertops with a microfiber cloth after they have dried completely.


  • Test Spot: Before using the spray on the entire surface, it’s a good idea to test it on a small, inconspicuous area of the countertop to ensure compatibility.
  • Regular Maintenance: To keep your countertops looking their best, it’s essential to clean up spills promptly and regularly wipe them down with a gentle cleaner like this DIY stone spray.
  • Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Harsh chemicals like bleach or ammonia can damage the sealant on stone countertops, so it’s best to avoid them.

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