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  1. Can you please provide some definition of Sealer for Stone? Q. Can you please provide some definition of Sealer for Stone?A. Excellent question! For starters, when referring to stone, the word sealer is wrong. Well, technically it is not, but the reason why I said that it is wrong is because sealers for stone... Read More
  2. I have a black granite countertop that has white stains from what I believe to be olive oil. Q. I have a black granite countertop that has white stains from what I believe to be olive oil. I thought it was lemon or tomato, however, checked it out on an extra piece, it is the oil. How do I get that up? It was sealed by the installer (about 2 ... Read More
  3. Cleaning Hard Water Stains on Granite Vanity Top Q. Do you know of a product that will get rid of the hard water stains on my granite vanity top (it's really bad around the faucet fixtures)? I look forward to hearing from you. A: A good quality, stone safe soap film remover will be&nbs... Read More
  4. How do I protect and maintain my calcutta gold stone? I am going to recommend that you read our Stone Care Guide. It is a comprehensive guide that you will want to read and keep on hand and covers everything from routine cleaning to sealing to stain management and resolving any problems you ma... Read More
  5. I applied a sealer twice, but the stone still darkens. Should I seal it again? Q. I applied a sealer twice, but the stone still darkens when it gets wet. Should I seal it again? A. If your stone still darkens when your pour water onto it (rather than just beading up), then it should have another application of sealer. Som... Read More
  6. How can one remove hard water deposits (probably from calcium) from granite? Q: How can one remove hard water deposits (probably from calcium) from granite (specifically Emerald Pearl)? A: We suggest that you first try a soap film remover, available at Stone Care Central. It's a favorite of our Pros. They ... Read More
  7. How do I apply a poultice to remove a stain? Q. How do I apply a poultice to remove a stain?A. How to Make and Apply a Poultice: Before you attempt to remove a stain, it is extremely important to know what has caused it. If you don't know, you may want to consult a stone specialist. There are ... Read More
  8. How can I prevent stains from occuring in my stone? Q. How can I prevent stains from occuring in my stone?A. If your stone is porous -- it can absorb liquids -- then you will want to make sure to have it sealed properly with an impregnating sealer. Sealers for stone are designed to fill the pores to g... Read More
  9. How do I prepare a poultice & use it to remove stains? Q. How do I create a poultice to remove stains? I know that to remove stains from my granite countertops that I need to make a poultice, but how do I do it?A. Here is how you do it:First, understand what a poultice is. It is simply a chemical or... Read More
  10. How do I know if my stone should be sealed? Q. Please tell me how do I know if my stone should be sealed?A. There is a good rule of thumb to find out if your stone should be sealed. Spill some water on it and wait for approximately half an hour, then wipe it dry. If the surface of th... Read More
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