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Worktop cleaner kitchen 500 ml, natural stone cleaning agent for granite, marble & cement

Original price €19,95
Original price €35,90
Current price €19,95
500.0 ml | €39,90 / l
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💪 Cleans, protects & maintains all natural stone surfaces

💎 Streak-free drying

🍀 Without questionable ingredients

👍 Made in Germany

😉 Biodegradable

    Mengenvorteile: 1 x countertop natural stone cleaner
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 8 reviews
    MR. T
    Sehr guter Granitreiniger

    Der Granitreiniger ist sehr gut. Das Ergebnis kann sich sehen lassen. Der Granit sieht fast wie neu aus.Somit kann ich den Bio Reiniger von Emma Grün weiterempfehlen. Und vielen Dank für die schnelle Lieferung

    Guter Reiniger

    Der Reiniger entfernt auf unserer offenporigen Granitarbeitsplatte Flecken und Verschmutzungen. Leider schafft der Reiniger keine Kalkflecken. Das hatte ich mir erhofft, da normale Säuren (Zitrone, Essig) bei Granit nicht verwendet werden sollte. Der Duft ist wirklich angenehm. Direkt nach der Reinigung wirkt die Arbeitsplatte sehr matt. Nach ein paar Stunden glänzt sie aber. Eine Art Imprägnierung/ Pflege konnte ich bisher (3 Anwendungen) noch nicht feststellen. Erhoffe mir aber, dass Flecken nun nicht mehr so schnell entstehen.

    Sebastian Kugelmann
    Toller Reiniger mit sehr angenehmen duft

    Ich habe den nachhaltigen Arebitsreiniger seit ein paar Tagen getestet. Funktioniert einwandfrei.Was mir sehr gut gefällt ist der angenehme zitronige Geruch. Insgesamt ein verlässlicher Reiniger, den man ohne schlechtes Gewissen benutzen kann. Ein größerer Schwamm für große Arbeitsplatten wäre noch gut ?

    Sehr gutes Produkt

    Ich hatte bisher immer den Reiniger von der Firma, die uns die Steinplatten in der Küche verkauft hat. Nachdem der immer teurer wurde, habe ich den Reiniger von Emma Grün bestellt.Er reinigt besser als das "Original-"mittel und pflegt mindestens genauso gut.Bei dem anderen waren teilweis noch Fettablagerungen auf den Platten nicht oder nur schwer abgegangen.Von mir 5 Sterne (auch für den Preis und dass er dabei noch ohne Chemie auskommt)Geruch ist auch sehr angenehm.

    Elisabeth Fischinger

    Hab bei meiner Küchenarbeitsplatte schon manches ausprobiert. Immer schlieren und ein Fettfilm. Das Produkt hier hat mich sehr begeistert. Leicht anzuwenden und ein toller Erfolg. Meine schwarze marmorarbeitsplatte sieht aus wie neu.

    The problem

    Conventional cleaners contain ingredients such as acids, phosphates and alkalis that are simply too aggressive for sensitive natural stone surfaces . But not only our stone surfaces are damaged during use. Humans and the environment also suffer from the chemical substances . Because they increasingly get into the groundwater, phosphorus, for example, can tip the water and have a negative impact on life in the water.

    The solution

    Environmentally friendly stone cleaners such as the Emma Grün natural stone cleaner work with sustainable ingredients such as plant and non-ionic surfactants. It is gentle on surfaces and powerful in cleaning in the same breath. In addition, it protects and cares for the natural material and does so without any questionable ingredients or artificial dyes. The advantage: Emma Grün's natural stone/kitchen cleaner is the best alternative to conventional cleaners and is harmless to nature, people and animals.

    The application

    The application

    Emma Grün's marble cleaner is suitable for all natural stone surfaces and is the perfect kitchen worktop cleaner. With the help of the sustainable ingredients, grease, oil and dirt can be gently removed without damaging the sensitive material. The application is very easy: 1. Spray the surface to be cleaned with foam and let it take effect for a short time. 2. Rub thoroughly with the Emma Green cleaning sponge or a cloth and then wash with clear water. It can happen that stubborn dirt has to be treated a second time. 3. Done! Your natural stone surfaces shine with a new shine, are protected from external influences and are also provided with everything you need for a stressful everyday life. Important: We recommend that you check the product for material suitability in a non-visible area before use.

    Suitable surfaces

    Every surface needs its own treatment - from smooth leather to wood to
    Marble. Here you can see where you can best use the product.


    Note: Always test on an inconspicuous area before use. Keep away from children.

    The Emma Green 100% Satisfaction Promise

    The Emma Green 100% Satisfaction Promise

    We stand for sustainable and effective products at fair prices and are only happy when you, the customer, are too. We are grateful that you have placed your trust in our young team more than fifty thousand times. This spurs us on anew every day.

    If something goes wrong with your order, you can return your product free of charge . True to our motto "Everything for your smile".

    If you have questions about orders and products, you can always reach us via chat or email.

    We look forward to hearing from you

    ~ Jannik & Louis

    Founder of Emma Green

    Fast shipping, secure payment & best price

    Fast shipping, secure payment & best price

    When it comes to dirt, small repairs and handicraft projects, things have to be done quickly . That's why we always ship your order the very next day. If you order early, even on the same day.

    This means that you usually have your order in your hands within two days (within Germany).

    We also want to make sure you get the best price here. If you find our products somewhere cheaper, just send us a message . You can pay as you prefer, from bank transfer to PayPal to credit card

    Fast, reliable, safe. Anything for your smile.

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    Advice & background information

    Each natural stone is unique and has its own fascinating charisma. If you look closely, you will notice that the texture, structure and color of each piece is unique. In order to preserve the natural beauty of natural stone worktops, the stone surfaces are made grease, oil, water and dirt-repellent by impregnation during manufacture. This reduces the formation of stains many times over and makes cleaning much easier.


    The first impregnation is not visible to the eye and is also physiologically harmless. However, this protection wears off over time through cleaning and should be renewed at regular intervals. Natural stone countertop cleaners such as the Emma Grün countertop cleaner granite, marble and cement are suitable for this. The sooner the natural stone is cleaned after use, the easier and free of traces it is to clean. Because the longer dyes such as beetroot, cherries, but also residues of fats such as oils and butter can soak into the microscopically tiny crystal gaps of the material, the more difficult it is to remove them again. For this reason, foods with a high coloring content and fatty foods should not be processed directly on natural stone countertops.


    Also, be careful with acidic foods like citrus fruits and vinegar: they will attack types of marble, cement, granite and limestone and destroy the polish. Cleaning utensils such as scouring pads also ruin the surfaces of natural stone. That's why you should generally avoid them and use soft sponges and cloths for cleaning.


    Another fact that damages the sensitive surfaces of natural stone are grease-dissolving all-purpose cleaners and soft soaps. They make the stone porous over time and form residues. The result: your worktops lose their natural beauty and get dirty faster than before. With natural stone cleaners, on the other hand, which are based on sustainable ingredients such as nonionic surfactants, cleaning works in a gentle way.


    What surfactants are there and why are nonionic surfactants better for the environment?


    Surfactants are among the washing-active substances. They are responsible for the miscibility of two liquids that actually cannot be mixed. But how does it work? Surfactants consist of a water-repellent (hydrophobic) part of the molecule and a water-loving (hydrophilic) part of the molecule. They are therefore located at the interfaces between two different substances. Put simply, if we consider a water-oil mixture, one surfactant would point in the direction of the water and the other in the direction of the oil. The result: the surfactants ensure that the interfacial tension of both substances is reduced, the surfactant acts as an intermediary and both substances can be mixed with each other.


    The fact is: According to EU legislation, all surfactants available on the market must degrade within 28 days. Each type of surfactant acts differently: some are very good for washing and others more for emulsifying. Depending on the electrical charge of the hydrophilic molecule, they are divided into four different groups:


    Anionic Surfactants: These surfactants are negatively charged. They have a high detergency, foam a lot and are therefore mainly used in the manufacture of detergents. They can also be found in household cleaners and dishwashing detergents as well as in hair shampoos. Due to their ingredients, they are classified as questionable.


    Catonic Surfactants: These types of surfactants are positively charged. They are made from animal fats and have minimal cleaning power. Because they make laundry soft and hair easier to comb, and also have an antistatic effect, they are often used in fabric softeners and shampoos. Catonic surfactants can cause skin diseases. If they get into the sewage system, they also harm the environment.


    Nonionic Surfactants: These surfactants have no charge. They are used as a sustainable ingredient in detergents and cleaning agents. Skin cleansing and care products also benefit from their mode of action. Compared to other surfactants, nonionic surfactants are skin-friendly and more easily degradable. In addition, they are less sensitive to hardness than, for example, anionic surfactants, which means that they develop their full effect even at low washing temperatures.


    Amphoteric surfactants: They have a negatively and a positively charged group and are also known as "zwitterionic surfactants". They serve as co-surfactants for other surfactants, are mainly of plant origin and are gentle on the skin. They are used in shampoos, cosmetic products and detergents. In addition to the nonionic surfactants, they are considered to be the most environmentally friendly of their kind.


    Which surfactants should you avoid and which ones should you use?


    If you do the dishes, clean your hair or wash your hair and the product used produces huge amounts of foam in combination with water, anionic surfactants are usually responsible for this. On the other hand, nonionic surfactants such as the sugar surfactant foam less, but that does not mean that they are less effective. But how do you differentiate between the individual products based on the INCI declaration? Good tip: The endings reveal whether it is a mild or aggressive surfactant in the different groups.


    The anionic surfactants


    The aggressive representatives of the anionic surfactants can be recognized by the suffix “sulphate”. Examples include ammonium laureth sulfate and sodium/ammonium lauryl sulfate . Slightly less aggressive are surfactants such as disodium laureth sulfosuccinate and alkyl carboxylate . Among the skin-friendliest of this group are representatives such as the anionic surfactant disodium/sodium cocoyl glutamate .

    The nonionic surfactants


    The most important group of nonionic surfactants are the fatty alcohol ethoxylates (FAEO). Examples of these generally well-tolerated surfactants are as follows:


    • Laureth-4 / Laureth-3 / Laureth-7 / Laureth-10
    • Ceteth-24 / Ceteth-20 / Ceteth-10 / Ceteth-2


    The mildest surfactants among the nonionic representatives are the sugar surfactants. They are declared on the packaging under the name " Glucoside ". Well-known examples are Caprylyl , Coco Glucoside and Capryl Glocoside .


    The amphoteric surfactants


    The mild, environmentally friendly and skin-friendly amphoteric surfactants often end with the suffix "betaine". Other amphoteric surfactants are cocoaamphodipropionate and disodium lauroamphodiacetate .




    Surfactants can be found in countless products. Some are more aggressive and some are milder. Because of this, it is advisable to always take a closer look at the ingredients contained in products when buying them. As a rule, mild surfactants work just as effortlessly as the aggressive representatives, if not even better, as can be seen very well with the amphoteric and nonionic surfactants. They are also more skin-friendly and less harmful to the environment. What more do you want.