How to Disinfect Stone Surfaces
Summary: Tom Kraeutler from The Money Pit demos DuPont’s Sanitizer for Sealed Natural Stone, which meets the challenge of disinfecting surfaces without harming precious natural stone. DuPont’s formula kills 99.9 percent of bacteria, including E. coli, staph and salmonella.
TOM: Hi, I’m Tom Kraeutler from The Money Pit. Natural stone is a favorite for kitchens and baths. It requires special care to disinfect without harming the surface. This is DuPont Sanitizer for Sealed Natural Stone and it meets this challenge with a formula that kills 99.99 percent of bacteria, including E. coli, staph and salmonella.
To use it, just spray the sanitizer onto the surface like this sealed granite slab after you’ve wiped it down with soap and water. Then you’ll leave it on for one minute. After that you need to let it air dry or wipe it with a clean cloth or paper towel. As a result, the surface is now food-contact safe. There’s no need to rinse.
The DuPont Sanitizer for Sealed Natural Stone can be used on granite countertops, tile floors and even stainless steel refrigerators or ovens. You could find it exclusively at Walmart or learn more about DuPont stone care products at dupont.com/stonecare.