Maintenance care programs for your natural stone is an important piece of owning and caring for it. Whether you are the owner of a natural stone countertop such as marble, granite, travertine, limestone, or another amazing home furnishing made from a chunk of the earth it needs attention. Keeping your natural stone slab treated and sealed is a key to its beauty.
Maintaining stone requires a variety of products and treatments. When these treatments are performed regularly, the stone requires less of the other kind of maintenance - stain removal.
No matter how well you care for your stone, if certain substances are left on it, you will end up with a stain on your granite, or marble. We consider stain removal to be both maintenance and restoration.
Cleaning Quartz & Stain Removal
It is equally as important for you to clean and maintain your quartz surfaces with the proper products. Although quartz countertops are a non-porous and do not require sealing they do need to be treated properly for them to maintain their beauty and shine. You can read about the kind of care and cleaning that is necessary for quartz on our quartz cleaning and stain removal page.
Trying to put together a maintenance routine for taking good care of your natural or engineered stone? This list of products has been compiled to help you put together the right program for your natural or engineered stone.
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Our employees are following all CDC quidelines.
"Alcohol cleaners and diluted bleach are unlikely to cause issues with most natural stone surfaces. Additionally, many EPA-registered commercial cleaners include ‘safe for use on marble or natural stone’ – check the label. If you are concerned, test the cleaner in a small inconspicuous location before treating the entire stone surface."