Before you invest your valuable time and energy in a DIY attempt to remove discoloration from natural stone, here's some basic information help you determine whether the discoloration is a stain.
To seal or not to seal... That is the perpetual question. So, let’s make it simple. To be safe, let me say that for the most part, all stone surfaces should be sealed for maximum protection.
The great thing about terrazzo is even if it’s been buried under carpet or other flooring for years, or looks yellowed and ugly due to buildup and aging of topical coatings, its fundamental beauty is still there and can be restored by an experienced professional.
One of the most costly decisions you can make is choosing a contractor based on price only. A contractor who has not had the proper training or who has little or no experience with your specific type of natural stone may offer the cheapest price, but the cost in the long run may end up being far greater. Here are some tips for selecting your stone restoration contractor.
A Stone Advisory Magazine reader asks, “How can I get it to stick to the wall?” We can almost see the cartoonish frustration of one attempting to make liquid defy gravity. Great question.