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Soft Water Can Damage Marble

You've likely heard of hard water damage on natural stone, but did you know that...

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A Natural Stone Stain Remover

Natural stone, concrete, terrazzo, and certain tiles, as well as the grout lines in between...

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Stone & Tile Restoration Helps Sell Homes

A simple way to improve buyer appeal and help your home sell quickly for the...

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What You Should Know About Jerusalem Limestone

If you are selecting natural stone and considering Jerusalem limestone or if you already have...

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When Your “Granite” Is Actually Marble

Marble and other calcium-based natural stones are sometimes sold as granite. Here's how to avoid...

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Crack or Fissure? What’s the Difference?

Sometimes these "cracks" in natural stone countertops are not cracks at all, but fissures, something...

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How To Remove “Water Rings” On Polished Marble

We are frequently asked, "How can I remove water rings on my polished marble?" This...

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High Alkaline Substances Can Etch Natural Stone

Many natural stone owners are aware that acids like vinegar, lemon, etc. can cause etching,...

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How-To Video: Stone Stain Removal

See Fred Hueston, Chief Technical Director of Stone & Tile PROS, demonstrating how to mix...

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Stone Impregnating Sealers in Wet Conditions

Should stone in wet conditions be sealed? In the following article, industry expert, Fred Hueston...

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The Pros and Cons of Natural Stone Resining

Natural stone has inherent imperfections. Resin fills, reinforces, and strengthens the durability of natural stone,...

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Poultice Leaving a Bigger Stain?

Darkness from moisture in a poultice application can wick out beyond the original stained area....

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