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we have just recently installed a black granite sink in the kitchen,and did away with the old stainless steel sink...my question is...is it safe to still add a little bleach into the water in this new sink to disinfect my dish cloth like I am used to doing???
 
Dear Renee:
I actually lost the count of the black "granites" that there are out there. This mean that I have no dea which black "granite" your sink is made of and its mineralogy. Consequently, for lack of that information, I can't recommend that you do what you suggested. Even if apparently it doesn't do anything bad, you never know the long term effects.
 

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Ciao and good luck,

Maurizio Bertoli

 

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