Did you know that marble, limestone, travertine, onyx and other calcite based stones are incredibly sensitive to acids? Be sure to avoid acid based cleaning products and spills of acidic liquids. If you do have a spill, try to wipe it up as soon as possible. If you have any of these stones in your kitchen, either in your countertops or in your floors, you can protect them by having them regularly polished and serviced. Concrete & Marble Transformerz offers no-cost assessments, and we’re happy to help you breathe new life into the stones in your home.

Q: I have a beautiful entry rug. Will it harm my stone floor?

Q: What do I need to do in order to care for and to maintain my new stone countertops?

Q: What is a sealer, and how do I know when it is time to apply a sealer to my countertops?

Q: What is the difference between marble and granite?

Q: What is the difference between quartzites and granites?

Q: My floors had a beautiful shine when they were first installed. How can I restore their original shine?

Q: I just purchased Concrete & Marble Transformerz’s daily spray cleaner. How often may I use the cleaner? I don’t want to over do it, but love a clean, shiny counter!

Q: Is a granite kitchen countertop more porous than a marble countertop?

Q: How often do I need to apply a sealer to my stone countertops or floor?

Q: Will a sealer make my floor slippery?

Q: My brand new natural stone flooring was sealed with three coats of sealer. I accidentally spilled orange juice on it. I wiped it up immediately and washed the area with warm soapy water. Now I have a dull mark there! Should I seal it again?

Q: Is there routine, daily or weekly maintenance I should be performing?

Q: Why can’t I clean the water spots on my marble or travertine?

Q: My natural stone countertops are no longer shiny. How do I restore their original shine?

Q: Do you charge an estimate fee?

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