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This info-graphic titled ‘Knowing all about cleaning Limestone’ provides us an outline of limestone cleaning.  It is crucial to keep limestone clean so that it can retain its original beauty for as long as possible. The best way to do this is by using a soft microfiber cloth or mop, and then rinsing with plain water and drying with a cotton towel. Limestone is a natural stone that requires only minimal maintenance. However, if you want to keep your limestone looking like new for as long as possible, you will need to make sure not to miss any spots or spills when cleaning it.

Limestone surfaces are easy to maintain if you are mindful of spills and scratches. However, you may discover that limestone and on a regular basis cleaners will produce scratches rather than fix them. If the scratches are not serious, they could be touched up with various polishing products. If the scratches are deep and take place all over the surface, then you will want to employ a professional cleaning service to bring back its initial look. Be sure that you know of any problems before employing these professionals since most companies have exclusions for more extensive damage (or wear and tear) and fixing. For more information, please refer to the info-graphic below.



timscott Member
This info-graphic titled ‘Knowing all about cleaning Limestone’ provides us an overview of procedure to clean lime stones. Limestone is a beauteous stone that is perfect for any interior or exterior space. Cleaning limestone may seem like an objection at first, but it is in reality very easy to keep this stone looking great for years to come. First, you should take away all dirt, spills, and dust from the surface of your sedimentary rocks. Limestone is soft, and they could erode the surface. Vacuums can also scrape the surface if they have a spinning brush, so it is better to use a cleaning implement or dust mop to remove dirt. Once your surface is free of dirt and dust materials, you are ready to step forward to wet cleaning.

Prepare a bucket of warm water mixed with either a mild soap or our Tikko cleaner designed specifically for stone. Avoid acid cleaners or cleaners derived from citrus as these  can etch and damage the surface of the stone. Use a soft microfiber cloth or mop to clean the surface and get away the grime. Once you are done with this step, rinse your surface with plain water to take off any soapy residue. For more information, please refer to the info-graphic below.