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  1. Solution for Stains on new limestone floor Q. I bought lagos azul limestone back in December and it is getting installed in sections. I would greatly appreciate it if you could help me. I am hoping you might know a solution or can refer me to someone. My kitchen contractor installed the tile ... Read More
  2. I’m totally confused and need help. I’m looking to redo my bathroom and getting different answers about sealing... Q. I'm totally confused and need help. I'm looking to redo my bathroom and getting different answers on the use of stone tiles for the bathroom and shower. I have been told everything from it is very easy to seal and should only to be done every... Read More
  3. I accidentially left a bottle of vinegar/water on my marble vanity and it caused some etching. Can I fix this? Q. I accidentially left a bottle of vinegar/water on my polished marble vanity and it caused some etching. Can I fix this? A. Essentially an etch is damage to the stone. If it isn't too severe -- it's not so rough you can feel it with your fingertip... Read More
  4. We are installing 12 X 12 travertine in a bathroom. Can you recommend sealer and cleaning products? Q. We are installing 12 X 12 travertine in a bathroom. Can you recommend sealer and cleaning products? A. Travertine is a great choice for your bathroom. I would like you to download and read our Stone Care Guide. It will answer all of your que... Read More
  5. is there any harm in not having my limestone floor restored right away? Q. is there any harm in not having my limestone floor restored right away?A. If you are considering restoration, the cost would be a lot less to fix a small area than waiting until the entire floor is in need of work.    ... Read More
  6. My new marble floor has a white powder on it. It cleans up with water, but keeps coming back. Is there anything I can use to clean it off permanently? This is a common condition, especially if the floor is new. When the marble is installed, it is set in a mortar base that is wet. As the moisture evaporates, it carries with it dissolved salts which are deposited on the surface of the stone. This con... Read More
  7. My honed black granite looks streaky, ( from sealer application). How do I remove the sealer or do I need to re-sand the stone? Q. My honed black granite looks streaky, (from sealer application). How do I remove the sealer or do I need to re-sand the stone? A. You may have to call in a stone restoration pro on this. But try this first: Pour some acetone (the kind you get in a... Read More
  8. We have a polished travertine table where someone spilled salsa. We wiped it off right away but the finish has been dulled. What can we do to repair it? Q. We have a polished travertine table where someone spilled salsa. We wiped it off right away but the finish has been dulled. What can we do to repair it? A. What you are describing are not stains. They are acid etches. The stone has be... Read More
  9. 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
  10. 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
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