Question: “My granite kitchen countertop has turned dull; it’s really hard to see the difference in the gloss with these photos, but I did the best I could. In the first photo, you’ll see a dark spot in it, which is actually a reflection of … Continue reading There are dull marks on my granite kitchen countertop. How can I remove them?
Question: “I have a shower that I am trying to clean. For years I used the same product with great success but they no longer make that product. Since then I have tried an assortment of products. Today I found your website. I am … Continue reading The stone in my shower is turning white. Do you have a product to clean this?
Question: “The travertine tile grout on the floor of the shower use to be a tan color, not it is turning white. How can I get it back to the original color?” Answer: The grout isn’t actually turning white, but what’s happening is … Continue reading The grout in my travertine shower use to be tan, but now it has turned white. What can I do?
Question: “I believe we have terrazzo tile in our house. Can you please help identify the stone, and suggest the correct products to clean and shine the surface?” Answer: This type of stone is actually agglomerate stone. It is mostly made up of marble … Continue reading How Do I Clean My Terrazzo Tile Floor
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 🙂