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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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Countertop Care: Cloudiness and Haze

There are a number of reasons why countertop cloudiness or haze can develop. Here are...

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How Sealers Protect Your Stone

Stone countertops, continually exposed to oily or dye-containing substances, are subject to staining. Read this...

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Is It Really Granite?

Some natural stones that are definitely not granite are being sold as if they were....

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Tips To Remove Stains From Bird Droppings

Learn how to clean up bird droppings on natural stone, remove the stains that may...

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Getting Rid of Streaks on Natural Stone

Streaking is a cloudy, uneven pattern on the surface of natural stone floors. This article...

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Common Tile Cleaning Mistakes

Read this article to learn about cleaning methods that can cause an unsightly appearance or...

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Considerations for Mixed Stone Installations

Here's what you need to know if you currently have or are considering more than...

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Stone Restoration Pro vs. Cleaning Company

Property owners and managers are often "up-sold" specialized services for natural stone by well-intentioned but...

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Kitchen Backsplash Cleaning and Care

Methods for cleaning and care of kitchen backsplashes vary, depending on what type of backsplash...

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About Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles

Differences between porcelain and ceramic can impact the cost, appearance, and longevity of your installation....

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How To Remove A Terrazzo Stain

Before you think about having tile or carpet installed over the terrazzo because of a...

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