Sealing Stone

Sealing Stone

Posted by Stone Care Experts | March 13, 2015

Just seven days to go, and it’s officially spring. OK, we know many of you are still waiting for all the snow to melt, but with March 20 just around the corner, we can all be hopeful for more sunshine and the sights, sounds and smells of spring’s fresh air. In putting together our tips…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | February 27, 2015

Homeowners are often asking us how often they should seal granite and other natural stone. Truth is, you can never over-seal natural stone, and we recommend testing it regularly to determine if it’s time to reseal. We often suggest using Daylight Savings Time as a simple reminder to put on your calendar. We often suggest…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | May 22, 2014

Summer is finally here, and in our house that means our kitchen is busier than ever with three children enjoying the endless rotation of meals, snacking and activities that make our kitchen the hub of every summer vacation. With all the fresh produce available in summer, it isn’t hard to find healthy snacking options, but…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | May 2, 2014

The moment we can finally open the windows and get a slight hint of fresh air in the house is the moment when the gloves come on in our home. I must admit, I often bite off more than I can chew when it comes to spring cleaning.  I find myself buried under a cleaning…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | March 6, 2014

So many of us love the design feature that a natural stone counter can bring to our kitchen, but often find ourselves confused on how best to care for them – and keep our kitchen surfaces ready for everything we throw at them.  If your kitchen is anything like mine, it is a battleground of cooking,…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | October 28, 2013

More questions from homeowners looking to protect their stone surfaces, with answers from the Stone Care Experts. How can we help you? Just Ask the Experts or visit us on Facebook and Twitter. Q: I recently purchased a travertine-topped coffee table (expensive). The top is beautiful but has not been sealed. I am having a…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | October 2, 2013

Five top tips from five valuable sources to help you with your fall clean-up and home improvement projects. Click on the title of each for more tips and advice. DIY Network’s Autumn Maintenance Tips Inspect your roof, or hire a licensed professional to examine your roof for wear and tear. To prevent exterior water pipes…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | August 15, 2013

A damaged protective seal leaves granite and other natural stone surfaces susceptible to costly repair and replacement. Frequently sealing granite countertops and any other natural stone surface is among Three, Essential Steps to care for your natural stone, whether it’s a countertop, floor, shower wall or vanity. Sealing frequently will maintain maximum surface protection for…

Posted by Stone Care Experts | April 10, 2013

Never use ordinary, everyday household cleaners on granite or any other natural-stone surface. They damage natural stone and can lead to costly repair or replacement. Frequently sealing granite countertops  and all other natural-stone maintains maximum surface protection. Use and keep door mats clean to minimize the dirt and micro particles from wearing into your stone…

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