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  1. Restoration of travertine Q. I Need the name of a professional stone restorer in the Denver Colorado areaIf you do need the services of a stone restoration professional anywhere, visit the Find a PRO section: http://www.stoneandtilepros.com/findapro. ... Read More
  2. Restoration of Crema Marfil Q.  I have a new home (1 year old). I chose to have crema marfil marble installed in the master bath. The entire floor and the walk-in shower are crema marfil. Neither the installer or the contractor gave me any warning about care of the ston... Read More
  3. Spa Tile Restoration Q: I had my ceramic tiles acid washed with a mix of 2 parts muriatic acid and 2 parts water. It cleaned up heavy clacification but tiles remain smokey and cloudy. Do I have options to improve the finish other than polishing? Would... Read More
  4. How do I know if the higher priced contractor is ripping me off or if the lower priced one knows what he is doing? Q. How do I know if the higher priced contractor is ripping me off or if the lower priced one knows what he is doing?A. Ask the higher priced contractor why he is higher. If he can explain why in a logical way (other than saying the lower priced one ... Read More
  5. How To Remove Vinegar Stains On Natural Stone Q. I put extremely microwaved hot vinegar and water on my natural stone and let it sit there, thinking it would clean it, but it discolored the stone badly. I imagine the only answer is to replace those tiles. What are your thoughts?  ... Read More
  6. Restoring Silestone and Quartz Kitchen Counters Q: We have a Silestone kitchen counter which has developed some "dulling" in a couple of areas. One was due to someone rubbing to hard with a slightly abrasive cloth and the others are due to the sun shining on the counter. Is there anything/anyone w... Read More
  7. How to Remove Plaster Stains on Slate Q. When we had our new slate hearth put in a few years ago we also had our living room plastered the following day. The plasterer did not put any protective dust sheets down which resulted in our beautiful new hearth being stained with plaster soluti... Read More
  8. How to Remove an Etch Mark Caused by Lime Juice on Bluestone Q. Some lime juice got spilled on my Bluestone table top and it left a big dull spot. Is there anything I can do to bring back the shine?   A. Maybe. If the etch is severe (deep to the point that it looks and feels rough), then you will need to hi... Read More
  9. How To Remove WD-40 Stain On Unsealed Limestone Q. How would I remove a WD40 stain from an unsealed limestone hearth? A. To remove WD-40 from unsealed limestone, we recommend the poultice method of stain removal. Mix a good degreaser, which can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowe’s, with ... Read More
  10. Liquid Plumber Causes Alkaline Etch Damage On Limestone Q. A Liquid Plumber bottle leaked on my beige limestone bathroom floor. It looks like a wet mark. Is there anything I can try to remove stain? It is a heated floor. A. Liquid Plumber is a very high alkaline substance, which leads our stone expert to ... Read More
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