Every home is a unique place that represents much more than a dwelling place. Throughout your home there are a variety of surfaces, colors, and textures that make your home the one of a kind abode that you have transformed it into. That transformation has come to be by your choice of decor. From the bathroom vanities to the kitchen counter tops. And No matter what kind of stone you have chosen, Lustro Italiano has a product to protect, care for, or enhance its appearance.
Natural Stone Care Products
Our stone care products are made with the goal of providing exceptional quality to our customers. We understand that your natural stone is one of a kind and and it is unique. We appreciate that all natural stones are valued by their color, composition and individuality. That's why we have products designed for all types of natural stone. No matter which natural stone you have chosen, look around on this site, you may be surprised at how we can help you care for your natural stone counter tops, floors, and other surfaces. We have products for every phase of your stone's life.
Caring for granite is well worth the effort. and by putting some basic practices into action. You can make certain that your granite counters are shielded from stains and maintain their deep colorful luster as long as you have them.
Marble's beauty brings a particular set of care methods that are required to protect it from liquids that could harm its luster. Make sure your are prepared to rescue your marble counter should it fall victim to an acidic spill.
Quartz brings a particular group of benefits to kitchen counters. And even though it is relatively easy to maintain, There are still some maintenance practices to consider to keep your quartz up to par.
New variations of engineered stone resemble authentic natural stone even closer than before. If your home features engineered stone, Lustro Italiano cleaning and polishing products will make your engineered stone shine brilliantly.
Travertine's unique character exude resilience and character. However, it is a close relative of marble and benefits from care routines that protect it. It can be strengthened with adhesive materials without detracting from its beauty.
Granite - An igneous rock with at least 20% quartz and up to 65% feldspar that is very hard and durable. Granite cleaner and sealer are products that are used for maintenance.
Marble - A metamorphic rock made up of recrystallized minerals and is softer than granite and is used commonly for sculptures and building.
Travertine - A sedimentary rock that is formed by the precipitation of minerals. It has recognizable characteristics and often comes in shades of tan and/or cream colors. Travertine fillers are often part of the care routine.
Limestone - Another sedimentary rock composed of minerals and makes up about 10% of the total volume of all sedimentary rock and has many uses including building.
Quartz - The second most abundant mineral in the earth's crust. It comes in many varieties, some of which are semi-precious gemstones.
All of the above natural stones have distinct characteristics and various materials are related to one another in ways that cause them to be cared for similarly. For example granite is composed of quartz and feldspar, so the care routine for granite and quartz will be similar in some ways. There are some basic similarities that every natural stone shares. For example, any natural stone should be sealed. It is true that some are naturally resistant to stains or absorption because of the degree that they are porous. However, all natural stone has pores and they all should be sealed to protect your investment. Having a beautiful marble vanity and not sealing it would be like buying a Maserati and leaving it parked outside all the time.
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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."