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Seventh Generation Granite and Stone Cleaner, 18 Fluid Ounce


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  • USDA certified biobased Product 96%
  • Fragranced with essential oils of mandarin and orange
  • Non toxic, biodegradable formula
  • No phosphates
  • Safe for food preparation surfaces
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Product Description

Rock hard surfaces like granite and stone need all the love they can get. Our premium formula safely cleans and restores food preparation surfaces and leaves all sealed natural stone and other man made surfaces with a like new glow. Use often to prevent dullness and reduce scratching.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 3 x 9.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008ZCSC8C
  • UPC: 732913228584
  • Item model number: 732913228584
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,165 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

No chemical smells.
molu
I use several other Seventh Generation products and have been equally pleased with all that I have tried in the past.
iiiiReader
This is a great cleaning product if you have stone or granite countertops.
Julie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sustainability on January 30, 2013
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This was a replacement for a bottle that arrived empty - leaked out in transit. It was replaced very quickly. Smells great - but quite as good as the method granite cleaner as it leaves a cloudy film on the stone after using. So end up using more to get the job done.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By a.hauer on October 20, 2013
Have used Method granite cleaner for past 4 years with good results. Then they changed the formulation and named it "Apple Cider". It is nowhere as good as the old formula and leaves cloudy streaks, no matter how hard you squirt and wipe.

Just tried 7th Generation (10-13) and much happier; it cleans the counters fairly quickly and has a light citrus smell. While it may take two rounds to get the counter clean, that's better than the four and five times I'm now doing with Method.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Debra Schalbert on July 31, 2014
Foot after foot of granite countertops need to rest in their natural splendor with reflections of light that make you happy with the financial expenditure. Use common sense first by cleaning off the peanut butter and jelly. Your microfiber cloth will drag on dried food even when it blends colorwise with the stone. Then spray this cleaner on the stone and you will notice how easily it is distributed under the cloth. Sometimes there is a buildup of soap residue so be sure to buff to produce the best results. After all the directions mention to do so, right there on the label.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By molu TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 21, 2014
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This worked well on my black granite countertops. I first clean my counters with plain water and a microfiber cloth. Once dried, I go over with some of this product and give the granite a couple of good swipes or some light buffing with a clean dry cloth. The luster the product leaves behind is lovely. Sometimes I'll use it directly on small drips and such without doing the water step first. To get the surface really clean and free from any haze (whether from the drip or from the product) I will go over it two or three times...pumping more product and wiping off until the job is complete.

I wasn't using method before so I cannot compare. But I was using the highly rated Granite Gold which worked very very well. But since I have small children who are now gumming everything in their path and putting everything they find in their mouths, I've made the switch to a product where I can at least understand most of the ingredients in the lable.

I'm really becoming a fan of Seventh Generation products. No chemical smells. Formulated with essential oils. The fragance combinations are always fresh and enjoyable. Other safe/healthy brands I've tried usually fall short in that they don't clean as well as their chemical heavy counterparts. But Seventh Generation has yet to disappoint. I've enjoyed this granite/stone cleaner just as I have enjoyed their wood cleaner, multi purpose surface wipes, and baby diapers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brian Smith VINE VOICE on October 31, 2014
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Being in the cosmetics industry myself and being a chemical engineer I cringe at the words "natural" on a product because natural is a relative and a subjective term. The label says cleans and shines naturally and the product is certified 96% biobased, but what does that really mean? Many surfactants (cleansers) are "derived" from coconut and some can be quite harsh. This product contains laureth-6 as its main ingredient after water. So, you might not want to drink it. ;-)

It does contain natural ingredients like essential oils for fragrance and coconut oil to give your surface a little shine. I like the way the product works and the fragrance is quite pleasant. The only thing missing for me is a disinfectant because I want it for the granite countertops in my kitchen.

I think the product is just fine. It works as well as other granite and stone cleaners I've used. If being 96% biobased is important to you, this does do the job and it has that certification.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aalea VINE VOICE on October 16, 2014
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Seventh Generation Granite and Stone Cleaner is made from Coconut oil and as any cleaner containing oils, it will need buffing. It even says so right on the label. I used it on a sticky ring mark I purposely left on my granite while waiting on delivery. I sprayed and wiped once and it was gone. It cleans impeccably. To minimize streaking, use paper towel and not a cloth at first to see how the product works. If you use any cloth that you have used fabric softener on, forget it, you'll never get the streaks out.
I find it easier to just use a separate granite polish after a good cleaning, it saves a lot of time. This product's label says it cleans and shines naturally but I didn't see much shining happening. I think the cleaning aspect is wonderful, one star off for not really bringing on the shine.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alyssa A. Lappen TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 23, 2014
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This is an excellent cleaner for our granite counter tops. I use a sponge first to clean off the crumbs and spills, and then polish the stone with this formula. It's not the best cleaner I have ever had, but it works very nicely, and I would recommend it.
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I'm going to compare this cleaner to Windex and generic glass cleaner, amonia + soap (home-made cleaner), and Clorox Greenworks.

First I was surprised that this is a coconut based cleaner. I didn't notice it at the time that I ordered the product, but it was a pleasant surprise upon reading the ingredients. That said, it does not really smell like coconut, it has a bit of a citrus smell (very light -- not a strong smell at all). Overall it has a lower odor than Windex, generic class cleaners, anomia, or Greenworks.

As I always do I pre-clean my counters with a kitchen towel and water just to remove any dust, crumbs, etc.

Spraying and wiping up the Seventh Gen Stone cleaner it was a bit more viscous (less water) than any of the other cleaners I regularly use. Upon drying, I found that it left my granite less shiny than glass cleaner or Greenworks. BUT, as I often do, after letting it dry, I wiped it down with a wet rag to remove any residue. When i do this with glass cleaner, Windex, or Greenworks I inevitably see soap and the counters can be cleaned several times with water and clean rags before removing the soap residue.

This product left no such soap residue behind which was a pleasant surprise. For me it will save many kitchen towels a day and I believe it is healthier than having soap residue on the counter. It shines as well as any glass cleaner, but on does not leave soap scum like the glass cleaners or home made amonia + soap mix.
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