Filling Granite Countertop Pits
I have used a penetrating sealer on my granite countertop, but what can I use as a surface sealer to fill in all the pits in the granite?
Most granite slabs won't have pits, although any slab of granite could
develop a few pits over time. Typically not a big deal to fill these in.
You can do this granite countertop maintenance / repair yourself no problem.
Fill small pits and chips with the Granite & Marble Repair Kit for chips and pits
Pros will use an epoxy or resin adhesive for granite repair of pits or a chip, but they can rarely get an exact color match. Thus, the repair is always visible.
The above product is a gel that is much easier to use than an epoxy filler where you must mix parts together.
You don't need a pro to do it and it dries level and clear allowing the natural granite color to show through so you can't even see the repair!
A granite that already has pits at installation is likely a bit prone to pitting, so you may have to perform this repair as regular maintenance.
Fortunately, this chip & pit granite repair kit blends the color and pattern perfectly (essentially invisible), so it will help maintain the beauty of the granite over time.
It works on all natural stone countertops and for a quartz countertop which can get pits too.