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Stone Floor Restoration

wood floor cleaning 3 Stone floors have a unique ability other flooring choices simply don’t. They provide a soothing ambiance and a natural rustic feel to any situation- but it can also be very easy for them to get worn down over time. Stone floor restoration can be a simple and easy process with these helpful tips!

Types of Stone Flooring

There are lots of different types of stone that can go into flooring, and it’s important to know about your stone before apply any restoration methods. When you’re cleaning your floors, the two main types of rock used are calcareous or siliceous stone. Calcareous floors can be damaged by acid-based cleaning substances, so it’s important to know what chemicals you’re using while you clean your floors. Some types of calcareous floors include limestone, marble, travertine, or serpentine. Siliceous floors, though, can be cleaned with acid-based cleaning materials, and are therefore easier to maintain. These include granite, slate, and quartzite. You can find out whether or not your floors are calcareous or siliceous through a simple acid sensitivity test.

Deep-Cleaning

The first step to take towards restoring your stone floors, though, is a deep-clean. Deep-cleaning your floors can work wonders and make you remember just how pretty they were when you put them in. The older your floors are, the more dirt and dust they will have collected, and the dirtier they’ll be. To clean your floors properly, look for cleaning products marketed for stone floors, and remember not to use anything too acidic on your calcareous flooring!

Resealing Stone Floors

Once you’ve deep-cleaned your floors, it can be really helpful to reseal your floors. This will help you keep dirt and dust out, and it’ll make cleaning them easier! Silver Olas can help you reseal your stone floors and keep them clean well into the future. Contact us to learn more.