• Is My Countertop Quartzite or Marble?

    Quartzite will not etch or scratch. If you have quartzite that is etched and scratched, it may actually be marble. This article explains the difference...

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  • Top 10 Causes of Grout Turning Yellow

    Home and business owners and property managers have a common complaint about grout turning yellow. Read this article to learn about possible causes and solutions....

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  • Graffiti Removal

    Removing graffiti on stone, tile, brick, or masonry? Put the pressure washer away. It can be problematic and/or ineffective. Read this article for guidance....

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Category Archives: Natural Stone

Marble

Marble is one of the most elegant surfaces on earth, but it is a soft stone and is sensitive to acidic liquids. If your marble has become dull, etched, cracked...
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Onyx

Onyx, a form of marble, is a truly stunning stone known for its incredibly rich colors and luminosity. This calcium-based stone reacts to acids found in lemon...
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Limestone

Limestone, a sedimentary rock usually composed of calcium carbonate fossils, is more porous than its cousin, marble, and more susceptible to staining....
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Granite

Need granite repair? Chips, cracks, dull surfaces? Although granite is a very hard stone, it can become damaged. Granite has a porous surface, which should be sealed and protected periodically...
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