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To seal or not to seal?
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We just had countertops installed, Black Pearl 3 cm. Does this need sealing and if so, which of your products should I order? Thank you very much. There is so much information out there, that I am confused. Thank you. Wanda
Absolutely not! That stone can't be technically sealed, not even with the outstanding MB-4!
Focus on learning on how to take care of your stone on a daily basis, which is vastly more important than the sealing.
I recommend using MB-5 teamed up with MB-13.
Ciao and good luck,
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