How to Take Care of Your Concrete Countertop
Some people don’t include concrete in the “stone countertop” category, but it is exactly where it should belong because it is generally made of finely-crushed stone. Sealant application is a crucial process for the protection of the concrete countertop. But the care shouldn’t stop there.
Daily Cleaning Tips
Start by mixing acetone and baking soda until a thick paste is formed (aim for peanut butter consistency). Spread the paste over the spot. Make sure it is at least ¼ inch thick before covering it with plastic wrap. Hold the covering in place by taping around the edges.
Leave it like that for at least 24 hours.
Remove the covering and check if the paste is totally dry. Wipe it away with a wet rug. Repeat as needed. Reseal to protect the concrete surface.