Carnuba wax on granite countertops?!?!
Long story short, two granite workers were over the other day and one of them told DH that we should "seriously consider" sealing our granite with cranuba/car wax. He told him, "The granite industry would never endorse it because it would take too much profit from the companies that make all the expensive products, but the best sealer for countertops is regular carnuba car wax. A ton of people do it."
That concerns me for a few reasons: silicates, petroleums, seepage, etc. And everything I'd put on the countertops would just glide right off. :)
Do any of you actually do this? I've never read about it here, so I assume it can't be some new standard I've just never heard of.