“They installed a bad stone, I haven’t even used it and it’s starting to....” This is common property owner complaint.
Mother nature has given us a precious gift, which has been formed through hundreds of thousands of years. Yet, some people still choose to criticize the gift of stone.
Granite is a very hard stone. Its hardness is around 6-8 on the Mohs scale, which is classified as igneous rock that is formed from megma by way of solidification. Granite contains a lot of quartz and other irregularly mixed minerals such as mica and feldspar. Therefore, it presents an appearance with mostly 3-4 different color crystal grains. Igneous rock does not commonly react with acids except for hydrofluoric acid.
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