How to Remove Stains from Granite Countertop?

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To remove stains from granite counter-tops make a paste from flour, dish-washing liquid and water. Apply a small amount of the paste and cover with a cloth and plastic wrap. You'll want to stick the plastic wrap to the counter to prevent it from drying out. Allow it to sit overnight. Always be careful with granite as many things will cause stains (including some products meant to remove stains)!
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