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How to Safely Remove Water Spots from Quartz Countertops

How to Safely Remove Water Spots from Quartz Countertops 3

Hard water stains and hard water spots require special cleaning for quartz countertops.  Learn how to safely remove hard water spots and mineral deposits with a simple list of "Do's and Don'ts," as well as preventative steps.
How to Clean Granite Countertops without Damaging

How to Clean Granite Countertops without Damaging 0

Not all products are safe for granite.  Many individuals unknowingly damage their surfaces with acidic or alkaline-based products such as oven cleaner, window cleaner, or calcium lime and rust removers.  This guide lets you know about the "do's & don'ts" of granite cleaning and maintenance.
How to Seal Granite Countertops: What to Know

How to Seal Granite Countertops: What to Know 0

Though it is a necessary task, most individuals do not understand why or how they should seal their countertops. There is a lot to know about sealing, and often times it's hard to even to know which types of questions to ask. With that in mind, we will address what you need to know about sealing granite.

 

    What is ioSeal?

    What is ioSeal? 0

    If you have granite countertops, or are in the natural stone industry, you may have heard the term "ioSeal" before, a unique formulation for cleaning and maintaining countertops.  Read farther to learn about how ioSeal works.
    Should White Quartz Countertops Be Sealed

    Should White Quartz Countertops Be Sealed 5

    A customer recently had white quartz countertops installed in her kitchen and wanted to know if they could be sealed. She was getting mixed opinions, so she reached out with an email to Industry Pro, Tom Munro.
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    Travertine Care and Maintenance Tips 2

    Travertine is a calcareous stone. When cleaning these types of stones it is extremely important to always use cleaning products that are pH neutral or balanced. This means avoid cleaners that are acidic, such as vinegar, lemon, and orange cleaning products.

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