Stone maintainance

Care, considerations and cautions of maintaining a natural stone floor.

We believe the beauty of stone, its elegance and pure uniqueness will last a lifetime, if it is cared for properly. If you maintain your natural stone flooring investment, it will reward you and your home for many years to come. That is why we put this section together for you.

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  • Sand, dirt and grit do the most damage to natural stone surfaces due to their abrasiveness.
  • Floors should be dust mopped frequently using a clean, non-treated dry dust mop or broom.
  • A vacuum cleaner can be very helpful, especially on textured floors, but it needs to be in good condition and have no beater bar, so as to avoid scratching your floor. Vacuum cleaner attachments are also useful for hard to reach areas.
  • Be preventative. Walk-off mats or area rugs on either side of exterior entrances will help collect loose dirt before it reaches your stone floor. Make sure that the underside of the mat or rug has a non-slip surface. These mats need to be kept clean, as well.
  • Do not use products that contain lemon juice, vinegar or other acids on marble, limestone or travertine.
 

skosalYou should avoid using products that contain abrasive cleaners, cleansers (dry or soft) or any ammonia-based cleaners on any stone. These products will dull its luster.

skosalAdditionally, it’s best to take care when moving heavy objects across your stone floor to avoid scratching or chipping.

skosalCover furniture and table legs with protectors to guard your floor against damage.

skosalEach stone has its own level of porosity which makes some stone floors more susceptible to staining than others.

skosalIN WINTER TIME DO NOT STREW STONE SURFACE WITH SALT(NaCl). If you are facing ice or snow problems, you should contact us, since we provide special products for solving those problems fastly, effectively and at low prices. (Our products do not contain Chlorine - Cl).