Does sealer make marble more porous over time?
Q. My friend cleans houses for a living, she mentioned she has seen marble showers become porous with time. Is this due to having a sealant? A. Marble is a porous stone. Sealers can enhance stain resistance by filling the pores of the stone and i... Read More
How to Remove Water Stains on a Quartzite Countertop
Q. We have water-like stains on the edges of our quartzite counters and water intrusion around the sink area. How do we get it out? Should we call a plumber? What will a plumber do? Do I have to dry it out prior to sealing the areas? I imagine I do?... Read More
How to Remove Dull Spots on Marble
Q. I would like information on how to remove water etches (?) spots that are not smooth when I run my finger over the spot. It is a honed finish and the spots are more like water spots. There is no colored stain, it is more like dull spots scattered ... Read More
How to Remove Lemonade Stain From Marble
Q. I have marble tabletop with a large lemonade stain. I found you via YouTube, and am having difficulty locating your app by name search. Thank you for helping me and so many people out there with stone staining issues. A. Thanks for contacting us. ... Read More
How to Remove a Rust Stain on Stone
Q. I randomly stumbled on your website. I have a quick question if you’re willing to share advice. I have marble (or it’s quartzite) in my bathroom, and somehow it’s rusting where the faucet is. The stone is changing a rust color. I... Read More
How do we remove one travertine tile from the floor?
Q. We just tiled our bathroom with travertine. I was cleaning the stone and getting ready to seal it when I noticed a crack in the doorway where the stone is. It runs from the corner by the door diagonally clear across the whole stone. It has not bee... Read More