Question: “I just had a granite tile floor installed a couple of days ago. After several times cleaning the floor with water, I observed a few marks which I couldn’t remove. The marks looked like grout or mortar stain and a clear mark. What … Continue reading How Do I Remove Grout Haze/Marks From Black Granite Floor?
Assuming that your kitchen countertop is made either out of true granite, green marble or soapstone, or a honed-finished stone (if you have polished marble or polished travertine, then there’s not much that can be done to maintain their highly glossy finish, other than…well, never … Continue reading Kitchen Countertop Care
We recently found this while teaching one of our stone restoration classes and wanted to share it. The stone industry owes a lot to Maurizio, and we miss him everyday! Enjoy 🙂
The MB-25 HydroOxy is a multi-purpose cleaner with oxygenated peroxide and fortified with high performance solvents and surfactants. This unique blend of oxygen boosted surfactants and cleaners means it will safely clean and de-grease the toughest soils. Unlike other peroxide cleaners, it has a neutral … Continue reading MB25 HydroOxy Multi-Purpose Cleaner
Question: Our quartzite countertops etch anytime anything that drips on it. The Builder has come out multiple times and added sealer as a means to correct the etching issue. These marks show up right after washing hands and water drips on the stone (for example) … Continue reading My Quartzite Countertop Etches When Anything Hits It. What Can Be Done?
Question: Hello. I recently used your etching remover kit (MB-11, MB-5, MB-13) to remove some water/etching spots and then polish my existing Venetian engineered marble countertops and shower. I know we are supposed to seal Venetian marble annually. I wanted to ask is your MB-13 … Continue reading Question Regarding Marble Care Products
Question: “The granite around my sink (White Kashmir) is turning dark. We have applied sealer, but the stone is still turning dark. Please help!” Answer: Looks like there is caulking missing in between the sink and the stone. The darkening is most likely water moisture. You … Continue reading The Stone Around My Sink Is Stained. What Can I Do?