Questions regarding the care and maintenance of Marble, Travertine, Limestone and Terazzo. I can also help with Granite.
I am an experienced trainer working with contract cleaners trying to add hard surfaces to their list of offered services. I have a line of stone care products for sale and offer technical support for these products which gives me an edge with regard to working with natural stone.
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In my experience this is an indication of seepage under the slab. This is normal and very difficult to be rid of as it is a water table issue. I guess that you will have to decide if the issue with the
This looks like mineral deposits. That is a sign of water in the foundation. It is common but will eventually damage, or may have already damaged the floor. The probable reason it has not been dealt with
Hard water spots are basically minerals from hard water. Minerals can be removed with a high concentration acid. Unfortunately this can also damage the concrete finish too. I suggest using a combination
Vitrified restaurant tile looks good and is designed to take punishment. There are plenty of good resources available online at amazon and other online bookstores. Your quetion poses a lot of questions
In this case I think that the professional is correct, often times during an installation there is seepage of thinset (a brownish grey material) into the stone. Due to the nature of white it's very tough
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