How Did Your Limestone Get This Way?
Limestone is a bit more porous than other stones used in household and commercial applications. The somewhat more porous nature of limestone makes it more vulnerable to staining and scratching than other stone materials.
- Limestone Staining – Limestone is vulnerable to common household acids contained within food products (like soda and vinegar). Stringent cleaners can also damage and stain limestone (and other stone).
- Limestone Scratching – Limestone isn’t as hard as marble or granite and it can scratch a bit more easily. The more use (or foot traffic) a limestone surface receives, the higher the likelihood for scratching damage.
Restoring Your Limestone and Preventing Future Scratching and Staining
Limestone can last a lifetime, but it needs regular maintenance in order to keep looking great – and to prevent future staining and scratching.
The Stone Experts can make your limestone floor or wall look brand new. We can also work with you to help prevent future stains or scratches from appearing on the limestone.
Contact the Stone Experts for Limestone Floor Maintenance
Limestone floors are long lasting and durable when maintained properly. We are experts at dealing with limestone floors and can get your limestone floor looking like new, and ensure that it will last a long time.
To learn how the Stone Experts can repair and preserve your Limestone flooring, call us now contact form.– or fill out our