Caring for travertine is a lot like caring for marble. Both natural stones contain calcium carbonate. This means that they share some of the same properties. Yet, travertine has features beyond those of marble or limestone. One characteristic is the distinctive pits and holes that are commonly found in the natural stone. These holes are sometimes filled and smoothed before the stone reaches the home. However, it is possible that filled spots in travertine can open back up ever so slightly. Also, some travertine that is available has not yet been filled. This product list contains, not only the care products that you might use on limestone and marble, but also the travertine specific products such as travetine filler that you can use to correct pits or holes that open back up after installation.
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"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."