Perkasie, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/16/2018 -- Bucks County Soapstone Company, a provider of soapstone kitchen countertops in King of Prussia, PA, offers customers suggestions for soapstone upkeep and maintenance via a video on their YouTube channel. The video displays the founder of Bucks County Soapstone damaging the edge of one of their soapstone countertops with a heavy-duty filer. This filer scrapes the edge off of the soapstone entirely, and it looks as if it is heavily damaged. He then shows, through a simple process of sanding and wiping down with mineral oil, that the beauty of the soapstone can be restored fully in a few short minutes.
Soapstone upkeep, in general, is a straightforward process. Many people choose to display their soapstone with a dark, black polish that is achieved through a process of applying mineral oil over an extended period of time. While this look can be achieved temporarily after just the first application, Bucks County Soapstone Company suggests that people apply mineral oil each month for the first year of owning their soapstone to create an oil foundation. Customers can, of course, apply oil as they see fit or to the desired darkness.
Cleaning soapstone is an easy process as well, generally requiring only mild household cleaners like dish soap or Comet to get rid of most imperfections. Harsher cleansers can get rid of the oil base on many soapstone countertops, so it is imperative that homeowners are aware of the type of cleaning product they are using for their soapstone fixture.
Homeowners interested in kitchen counters for sale in King of Prussia, PA can learn more about Bucks County Soapstone Company online at https://bcsoapstone.com/, or by calling 215-310-0290.
About Bucks County Soapstone
The showroom at Bucks County Soapstone features a beautiful selection of soapstone sinks, countertops and wide variety of other unique designs. While checking out these products, customers will be impressed by the unique texture of the products and how tactile this type of stone truly is. By using soapstone as an alternative to luxury resources like marble or granite, customers will be adding a countertop, sink or shower to their home that works to complement any type of color scheme. Each custom design is handcrafted by the pros at Bucks County Soapstone, based on the specific needs and desires of their customers.
To learn more, visit http://bcsoapstone.com/.
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