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Best Practices to Protect Limestone Tile Counters from Stains and Damages

by Lisa C. Marketing Writer

Limestone is a kind of natural stone which you can use for a various indoor projects, including walls, floors, and counter. It makes a beautiful addition for your ambiance. However, this natural stone comes loaded with loads of worries – and that are the pores on its surface.

It is because of its pores that the stone gets damaged and stained easily. When you use limestone counter in kitchen, you have to be extra watchful for spills and careful at cleaning. Because, if you wouldn’t do that, the stone will always be at risks of stains and damages.

In this blog, we will learn some of the best practices to protect limestone kitchen counter from damages and stains. Check out the following subsections  –

Kitchen Counter –

Since Limestone is a natural stone, it is obvious that it is vulnerable against harsh chemical-based cleansers. So, to remove stains from your limestone tile counter, you SHOULD NOT use any cleaning solution that mentions that it contains chemicals.

Instead, you should use a pH neutral cleanser, which – because it is neutral – will not react with the composition of the stone (rock) and cause any damage to the tile.

To clean your limestone kitchen counter, it is advisable to wipe the spills immediately after use. When using limestone as bathroom sink top, you should drain away all the soap foam to avoid soap scum.

Flooring –

Limestone flooring is quite an amazing flooring option. At a comparatively lower cost, you get the look and feature of marble. Cleaning and maintenance of limestone flooring is simple. Use a natural stone cleaning agent as directed by the stone supplier or cleanser manufacturer.

Just like counter top, you do not have to let the stains and water stay on your limestone flooring – even if you have got a polished limestone tile.

Last but not the least, apply sealant on your limestone flooring once or twice every year (or as required). This is the best thing you can done to avoid stains and related vulnerabilities. This will also restore the lost shine of your limestone tile flooring.

Looking to buy limestone tiles? Visit MosaicsAndTile.com, one of the leading natural stone and tile suppliers in US.

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About Lisa C. Innovator   Marketing Writer

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Created on May 27th 2020 05:51. Viewed 148 times.

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