The use of natural stone and tile has been on the rise over the years. All stone is taken from the earth in the form of raw block. Explosives, large saws and specialized equipment are used to extract the stone form the earth. The stone blocks are then cut into thinner, more easily handled pieces called slabs. The slab itself is then processed, depending on the intended use of the stone. It may be left natural or given a high shine and shipped to a marble fabricator, who will ultimately turn it into a very expensive floor.
Every store that sells stone and tile also has a section dedicated to the selling of care and maintenance products, however many of them do not know the first thing about cleaning and maintenance. They focus on the surface, without knowing detergent information, surfactants, soil types and the like. The sales person focused on the beauty of the floor surface and not the maintenance of the floor. That is where we come in.
Many people who associate with stone assume that it is a permanent material that does not need maintenance or care. After new stone is installed, permanent damage often occurs from neglect, incorrect cleaning methods, and using chemicals that are not formulated for stone care. To keep the beauty of the stone it needs conditioning, cleaning, protection, and restoration.
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