Scratch on blue pearl granite counter
I don't really have a question ... just thought I'd let everyone know what happened so perhaps they can avoid this happening to their granite.
I placed a large ceramic/pottery dish on my counter filled with fruit for my grandchildren when they were here for a visit. One of them slid the dish across the counter to be able to reach the fruit, and it left some pretty significant scratches on the blue pearl. I was surprised, because blue pearl is one of the harder granites. I've tried buffing it out with polish, but it's there for good I'm afraid. The dish is glazed except for the bottom. I took a picture of the scratches, and of course they are hard to see in a photo. This picture is really zoomed in, and there is a large area where the bowl was pulled across the counter that has a lot of scratches. Kind of bummed about it, but now I know to check the bottom of dishes I put on the counter.