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Different Types of Honed Granite Countertops

Honed granite countertops are becoming popular. This granite has a matte type finish instead of a shiny polished finish. Honed granite surfaces do show stains easier, however. Below, several types of honed granite materials are explained.

Flamed Honed Granite Countertops

A flamed finish is one created using a hot flame. Heat stresses the material and causes the crystals to pop out. A very rough texture is made through flaming. 

River Washed Honed Granite Countertops

Before granite can be river washed, it goes through the process of being flamed. The river washing is done to smooth out the rough texture left from being flamed. The surface is smoothed out with no reflection.

Honed Quartz Countertops

Honed quartz countertops require more daily maintenance than the polished finished ones since there is more exposure. Finger prints, marks and other daily living signs will show up on honed material. Soft Scrubs can be used to clean them.

Black Absolute Honed Granite

Black absolute honed granite countertops have a smooth non-reflective surface. It has a softer and warmer look than the polished black absolute granite. The honed is more porous so it is to be used in areas with less exposure to acids and other chemicals. Soft scrubs can be used to clean them also. 

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