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What Causes Oil Stains on Granite San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 22, 2020

Oil and grease stains on granite countertops are unmistakably dark. In some cases, they may also feature some coloring that corresponds to the natural or synthetic pigments of the staining substance. For example, in the kitchen, you could be using saffron and pepper oil for a spicy Vietnamese recipe that will leave a colorful orange…

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Posted by Mike Rose | January 21, 2020

Program Creates Profit With Every Installation; Eliminates Customer Service Las Vegas – Jan. 21, 2020, KBIS; Booth SL3101 – Kitchen and bath countertop fabricators and designers at this year’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show are learning the quickest means to add profit with every installation begins with Granite Gold® In-Home Services. Initially launched in 2017…

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What Stone to use for Natural-Stone Shower Walls San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 17, 2020

There’s nothing quite like the look and feel of natural stone in the shower. You can never go wrong with natural stone in the bathroom. Natural stone was the preferred construction material for lavish baths in ancient Rome, and it remains one of the best choices for showers. Depending on your budget and personal style…

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Colors for Quartz Countertop in Bathroom San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 15, 2020

If you’re thinking about remodeling your bathrooms, quartz is an excellent choice not just for your countertops but also for the shower walls and tub surrounds. Part of the appeal of quartz in the bathroom is that engineered stone isn’t porous, thus eliminating the maintenance task of applying fresh sealant. All you need is a…

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Can You Safely Use Bleach on Grout Around Natural Stone San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 10, 2020

As a pervasive natural organism, mold often manages to form colonies within grouting, thus turning the area dark green before becoming completely black and hard to remove. Mold on grout lines is a biological stain that requires killing the organism. Homeowners who use organic soap to remove mold may actually be feeding the spores instead…

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Care for Bathroom Made of Marble San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 8, 2020

A bathroom entirely clad in creamy-white Carrara marble is a design idea many homeowners dream about. According to Kitchen & Bath Design News, marble in the bathroom is a trend we’ll continue to see in 2020, particularly when it’s underscored by recessed lighting and dark contrast details such as narrow backsplashes. Some homeowners may feel…

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What to Do About Soap Stains on Granite Countertops San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | December 27, 2019

In just about every household where granite is installed, there’s a chance of soap stains occasionally forming. Floor tiles, countertops, and vertical panels, particularly in kitchens and bathrooms, are bound to be exposed to soap. When you consider the ingredients used in the manufacturing of modern soap, it’s not surprising to learn of their potential…

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Bathroom Quartz Countertops San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | December 25, 2019

In 2019, a few celebrity real estate listings revealed that quartz has become a trendy construction material for bathroom vanities and counters. The Los Angeles Times reported on Logan Paul’s purchase of a San Jacinto ranch that used to belong to counterculture icon Timothy Leary. Television queen Oprah Winfrey purchased a home from Hollywood actor…

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Kitchen Limestone Flooring San Diego, CA
Posted by Stone Care Experts | December 20, 2019

Many of the granite blocks and slabs used to build the ancient pyramids of Egypt came from quarries at Aswan, a region located along the Nile River, but the bulk of stone materials came from Minya, a town to the south of Cairo. The limestone quarries of Minya are still operational to this day. Similar…

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