CIDG can help you with the advice to maintain your natural stone floor ,marble tiles ,granite countertops and the limestone paving outdoor ,

Natural Stone Maintenance 

Let’s see some guidelines on how to clean Natural Stones surfaces without marring the beautiful appearance of your surfaces.

-What to Do When a Spill Occurs?

No matter how careful you are, spills are going to happen. Quick response and the right solutions can keep spills from damaging your stone or degrading the sealer.

Floor Surfaces

Dust mop interior floors frequently using a clean, non-treated, dry dust mop. Sand, dirt, and grit do the most damage to natural stone surfaces due to their abrasiveness. Mats or area rugs inside and outside an entrance will help to minimize the potential damage from these particles. In addition, be careful when using a vacuum cleaner as the metal or plastic attachments or wheels may scratch the surface. Damp-mop the stone floor with a diluted solution of a neutral cleaner designed for stone. Keep off the floor until completely dry, as wet stone floors may be slippery.
N.B.: Always wipe off any spills immediately as they happen and in general, clean marble with a gentle liquid soap that does not have a grease remover

Food & Liquid Spills

Scoop up the food with a plastic spoon. Blot with a dry, white cloth. Spray the area with a neutral stone cleaner and wipe off excess with a clean cloth.

And for liquid spills, Blot away the excess with a clean, dry, white cloth while turning the cloth frequently. Spray the area with a neutral stone cleaner and wipe off excess with a clean cloth.

Countertops and Vanities

Use a neutral, PH-balanced cleaner, specially formulated for stone, on a regular basis to remove residues from cooking oils and everyday food spills, as well as hairspray or other cosmetics. Be careful with common foods and drinks contain acids that may etch or dull the stone surface. Also, some common toiletries (i.e., perfume, toothpaste, mouthwash) contain acids and other ingredients that may damage the stone surface or degrade the sealer.
TIP: For Egyptian marble countertops use coasters under beverage glasses to avoid moisture rings. TIP: For marble countertops use coasters under beverage glasses to avoid moisture rings.

Etch Marks

Highly acidic substances such as orange juice, coffee, vinegar, wine, tomato products, mustard and many soft drinks will “etch” most marble, limestone and travertine. Sealing allows you time to wipe up a spill, but it cannot stop the chemical reaction that may leave a dull mark.
General cleaners not specifically designed for natural stone are not recommended. These may etch away the polish, discolor the surface, scratch the stone or degrade the sealer. Professional refinishing is the best way to permanently remove etches marks and restores your natural stone’s even finish.

Bath and Other Wet Areas

Periodic use of a neutral stone cleaner will remove any soap scum or hard water deposits that may have formed. In the bath or other wet areas, using a squeegee after each use can minimize soap scum and hard water deposit buildup.

Maintenance 

  • Stain Removal:

 Sometimes we find scuff marks on Egyptian marble. Other times it is the things that spill onto the surface. While each case has its own specific method of cleaning Egyptian marble this can be done effectively.

  • Organic stains:

 Use poultice soaked with 20 percent peroxide (hair bleaching strength) and a few drops of ammonia to clean: tea, coffee, colors bleached from paper, textiles or soft drinks stains.

  • Oil Stains:

 Oil stains may include butter, hand cream or lotion. Spread surface with an absorbent fine powder such as whiting or even corn starch. Then, brush to remove and reapply more powder. After 24 hours you can brush to remove it again. To remove: Scrub with a hot, sudsy (detergent) solution and a stiff brush. Or wipe with an ammonia-dampened cloth. In either case, then rinse and wipe dry.

  • Rust stains:

 Use a commercial rust stain remover. Follow directions exactly and do not leave on the surface very long as an acid in many rust removers can etch the surface.

  • Acid stains:

Wipe up acid (fruit juice, carbonated beverages or other acids will etc.) spill immediately, and wipe the surface with a wet cloth. If surfaced is etched, polishing may be required. 

USE abrasive cleansers. Abrasive cleaners should be avoided at all costs, as they will leave scratches on the surface.

DO NOT – 

Cultured Egyptian marble is stronger than Natural Stone Marble, but it does lose its shine eventually. You can clean cultured marble with neutral pH purpose cleaner.

Spray the surface with this cleaning solution and wipe it dry with a soft clean cloth to remove any water spots.

which has become dull can be livened up by using putty powder (tin oxide) can be used to polish dulled or etched surfaces, rubbing on with a damp cloth, folding and refolding to clean damp areas, and preferably using an electric polisher for buffing.

Egyptian Marble In order to protect your Egyptian marble surfaces, it is a good idea to treat them with some type of polishing agent from time to time. Make sure to clean marble surfaces before applying the polish. Polishers that contain tin oxide are often a good option for this task.

– After the polish is in place, reseal your marble floor annually at least, it’s as easy as waxing a floor. Buy a stone sealer in a home improvement store. Take a sponge, sponge mop or rag and cover the entire marble surface, including corners and the backsplash.

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