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
How do I remove a rust stain from my marble floor?
Q. How do I remove a rust stain on my marble floor? A. Rust is one of the most difficult stains to remove from marble, granite and other stone surfaces. Many of the rust removers available in stores can damage stone. We have found a great method for ... Read More
Why does black granite fade?
Q. Why does black granite fade? A. The answer is, black granite should not fade. Black granite imported from Asia is sometimes doctored with dyes and oils to darken the surface. The fading is nothing more than the dyes and oils being removed. Yo... Read More
How do I treat an organic and inorganic stain?
Q. How do I treat an organic and inorganic stain?A. The chemical of choice for both Organic and Inorganic stains is Hydrogen Peroxide (30/40 volumes, the clear type – available at your local beauty salon. The one from the drugstore is too weak,... Read More
How do I treat a metal stain?
Q. How do I treat a metal stain?A. For Metal stains, our favorite is a white powder (to be melted in water), which is available at fine hardware stores all over the country under the trade name of "Iron-out."
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How do I care for my newly installed floors?
The best thing to have done to a brand-new polished stone floor is a detailing job by a properly trained janitor, or a professional stone refinisher. Detailing means deep-cleaning the floor virtually square inch by square inch, removing all possible ... Read More