You just redid your kitchen and put in some beautiful natural stone. Of course, your kitchen is lived in and can get dirty. Now, what do you do? How do you clean it? Natural stone floors can make your home look so beautiful. But when it comes to cleaning it you have to be a bit more careful so you don’t ruin the stone. Silver State Floor Restoration is here to help you learn how to keep your natural stone looking nice for a long time.
No Hard Cleaners & Tools on Natural Stone
Natural stone is beautiful but it is a bit touchy. You should never use bathroom cleaners, tile cleaners, or grout cleaners on your floors. When it comes to your daily vacuuming don’t do it on the natural tile. It will scratch up your floor. If you need to get all those crumbs and dirt off the floor, a dust mop is the best thing to use.
Avoid Harmful Chemicals on Natural Stone
If you are thinking of using chemicals on your stone floor, it’s important to know that you shouldn’t use them. You do not want to use anything acidic. Cleaners that are acid based will be bad for your floors. Even natural cleaners like lemon or vinegar will ruin your stone. It will take the shine away and make your stone dull.
Dry Hard Floors After Cleaning
When you have cleaned your floors with soap and water make sure you dry your floors completely. Water can damage stone floors. Some stone can absorb the water if it is left on the floor which will then have a better chance to dent or be scratched. The best idea is to make sure you have a towel with you while you are cleaning your floors. That way you can wipe the floors as you go and you won’t have to worry about leftover water soaking into the floor.
Place Clean Mats at Entry
With natural stone floors, you don’t want to get sand, dirt, or grit on the floors. It can scratch your floors. But it is impossible to avoid getting anything on your floors. So the best thing to help with dirt and sand is to make sure you have mats at the front and back doors. That way feet can be wiped off before coming on your floors and eliminating some of the dirt. Having rugs on the floors can also help capture dirt so it won’t get on your floor.
Sealing Natural Stone Floors
One of the best things you can do for your floor is to make sure you have it sealed. Sealing your floors can help repel liquids from soaking into your stone and causing a stain on your floor. It can also help prevent scratches from happening and help protect the color of the stone, keeping it beautiful longer.
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Silver State Floor Restoration is here to help you with all your natural stone questions and needs. They want to make sure your floor lasts for years to come. Call us today!