How To Seal Dolomite Countertops

Date: August 6, 2021
Author: Jon Smith
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Dolomite countertops require sealer at least once per year. I personally recommend sealing any natural stone countertop every six months.

If you do not seal your dolomite countertops you will start to see stains from various liquids used every day in your home.

How To Seal Dolomite Countertops

Sealing dolomite is a requirement so be sure to purchase a sealer and perform this task once per year minimum.

Step 1: Clean your dolomite countertops using a mild dish detergent and water. Plain Dawn is the brand I recommend.

Step 2: Dry your dolomite countertop using a clean microfiber cloth.

Step 3: Wait several hours before sealing but avoid using your dolomite countertops during this process. You want the countertop to be completely dry before you seal it.

Step 4: Dry wipe the dolomite countertop using a clean dry microfiber cloth.

Step 5: Follow your sealer of choice directions sealing your countertops per recommendation on the bottle.

What Sealer For Dolomite Countertops

I personally recommend using Dry-Treat. It will penetrate the pores of your countertop but allow it to breathe.

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What Happens If You Do Not Seal Dolomite Countertops

If you do not seal your dolomite countertops you will start to see stains, oil spots, random etching, and much more. It is important to seal it before you use it even the first time.

Final Thoughts

Avoid future issues with your dolomite countertops and be sure to regularly clean and seal your dolomite countertops. Sealing is required at least once per year but I personally recommend that you do this maintenance task once per 6 months to be sure you are protected.

Be sure to check out dolomite countertop pros and cons before you purchase. Always know your product and educate yourself.

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Jon Smith

Hi, my name is Jonathan Smith. I have been in the granite business for many years and have worked my way up from an installer helper to an installer and then a countertop business owner. 

I started my countertop company with very little and grew extremely fast because of my knowledge and helpfulness. I started this countertop resource for 1 main reason. That reason is that there are no countertop websites with all the correct information and none of them are from an industry expert like myself. 

I am still in the trade every single day installing countertops, educating people on the type of material they are using for their homes, and making people's dream kitchens a reality.
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