Urine stains and odors can be difficult to remove from natural stone. Here are some step-by-step instructions for both urine stain and odor removal.
We have received many calls regarding “staining,” and in some cases the issue is not a stain at all. Here are some examples of stone problems that look like stains but are not actually stains.
Quartzite will not etch or scratch. If you have quartzite that is etched and scratched, it may actually be marble. This article explains the difference so that you can tell what countertop material you truly have.
Home and business owners and property managers have a common complaint about grout turning yellow. Read this article to learn about possible causes and solutions.
Removing graffiti on stone, tile, brick, or masonry? Put the pressure washer away. It can be problematic and/or ineffective. Read this article for guidance.
This article offers sound advice on how to disinfect your natural stone without accidentally causing etch damage and what to do if you already have etch damage.
Have you ever noticed a slimy pink film form in your shower? This article explains what it is, how to get rid of it, and how to keep it from coming back.
Can the coronavirus survive on my stone countertop? What do I use on my stone to properly kill the virus? Get coronavirus answers from stone expert, Fred Hueston.
Before pressure washing stone or masonry surfaces, read this article to learn about potential problems that could result in serious damage.
Is the stone around your shower drain darker than the surrounding stone? The cause may be clogged weep holes. The solution may be an easy DIY procedure.