How do you wax hone finished travertine floors?
Q. How do you wax hone finish travertine floors? A. We do not recommend waxing travertine floors or any other stone floor for the following reasons: Waxes are topical coatings which are much softer than the stone and will mar and scuff easily.... Read More
What to do about holes in travertine tile
Q. We had travertine tile installed 1 1/2 years ago and I had a hole open up and it is gradually getting bigger and now a 2nd hole has opened up too. Don't know what has caused it? Need to know how to fix it? We had it sealed when it was done... How ... Read More
Polish Crema Marfil versus honed finish
Q. I have a client that has crema marfil tile throughout the bottom floor of their house. When purchasing the floor they were never made aware that you could get either polished or honed. I believe they got honed. Is there a process or way to achieve... Read More
How much does it cost to polish honed travertine?
Q: What is the average cost per sq ft for shining or polishing honed travertine in a large flat surface? A: Cost is going to vary on many factors. It will depend on how dull the floor is and how many steps will be needed to achieve the desired ... Read More
What To Do About White Marble Floor Turning Yellow
Q. We just recently had a white marble installed on our bathroom floor and just noticed the section that is getting no sun from our window (it is being blocked from our tub deck) is yellow. It does have a heating system installed under it. Do you hav... Read More
Removing etching from travertine table
Q. Hello I am looking for some help to correct water rings on our sealed travertine table. There are splash marks and rings where glasses were placed. This is a brand new table and I'm hoping to fix the rings before sealing the table with a product t... Read More
Can I remove etching from my natural stone?
Q. Can I remove etching from my stone? A. Maybe. If it is polished marble or travertine or onyx, then there's hope. If it is hone-finished marble or travertine, or hone-finished slate (like a chalk-board), or mixed "granite" then you'd better hire a... Read More