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Does Granite have any pits or fissures?

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Granite always contains tiny pits, or spaces between its crystals however, on larger pieces of stone such pits appear unnoticed. The possibility of fissures, which looks like tiny cracks within the stone, may also occur. These fissures however, are a result of the stones formation process. These fissures are a natural part of the stones appearance and design, and will not affect the durability of the stone. more
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Yes granite has natural pits and fissures that are part of the stones natural structure. Some types of granite have more of such characteristics than other types, and pits can be minimized by applying sealer to the surface of the counter. more
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Yes, granite has natural pits and fissures that are part of the stones natural structure. Some types of granite have more of such characteristics than other types. Pits are minimized in some granites that have been resin treated. more
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Yes, granite has natural pits and fissures that are part of the stone's natural structure. Some types of granite have more of these characteristics than other types, and pits can be minimized by applying sealer to the surface of the counter. more
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