‘Causes more harm than good!’: Household surfaces to avoid cleaning with bleach – Express
Similar to wood, natural stones like granite and marble which are often used for bathroom vanity and kitchen countertops have “porous surfaces” so it is therefore advised to not use bleach on them.
Trinity explained: “Any corrosive cleaning agents like lemon juice, vinegar and bleach can corrode natural stone.
“Bleach in particular has the ability to break down any sealants applied to your stone countertops and potentially make its way into the pores of the material.
“As a result, your natural stone countertops will become dull and in some cases even stained or scuffed.”