Labradorite is a form of granite, so the same maintenance and care recommendations apply as for granite counters.No harsh cleaners:
Labradorite is non-porous, meaning that it is easier to clean its surface. A simple mixture of water and pH-neutral soap will do the trick.
Use only mild cleansers like dish soap, water, and a simple detergent. Vinegar and lemon might dull the glossy sheen of labradorite gemstones.For heavy stains:
Labradorite is resistant to staining, but if red wine or beet juice is spilled on it, a light stain may occur. If you can't remove the stain
with the above process you may need to call a professional.Protect from heat:
Labradorite is a durable stone, but you should still use trivets to protect it from excessive heat. Putting hot pans or dishes directly on the countertop can cause the stone to crack.