How Often Should I Have My Tile and Grout Professionally Cleaned? How often you have your floors professionally cleaned depends on many different factors. The most common answers are every 6 months to a year. This will keep most floors looking their best and it will reduce the likelihood for staining setting in permanently. However, […]
Should You DIY Tile and Grout Cleaning? Many homeowners often ask themselves whether they should take on the task of cleaning their tile and grout themselves or hire a professional. While DIY can be cost effective way to save money, you must weigh the factors involved before deciding whether to take on the task yourself […]
Natural stone, granite, marble, quartzite, etc., is made by, well, nature. Man has nothing to do with it. But it can have natural, unique occurrences in it called fissures. Here we will explore the differences between fissures and cracks and help you know what to do about them.
One of the biggest investments in a home is the kitchen. And yet, one of the smallest and easiest things to fix can be the cause of costly damage. You need to fix those cracks and gaps in your kitchen caulk.
People commonly ask, “What causes ring-shaped marks and white spots on marble?” “Is there a product I can use to get rid of this type of stain?” and “Is there a sealer I can apply to restore the shine and prevent this problem?” Let’s unpack these concepts.
Do you have a white film or scaly buildup on your tile or stone shower? That’s calcium deposits. Here are some DIY solutions you can try yourself to remove them before you reach out for professional services.
There are many wrong ways to clean natural stone, which is why we recommend leaving heavy cleaning to an experienced stone restoration professional. Steam cleaning should be used with care and sparingly, or better yet, not at all.
With an abundance of skin cleaning products on the market, from bars and scrubs to foams and gels, knowing which ones to avoid using around your natural stone can be tricky. This article provides the details you need.