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Restoring Stone's Natural Beauty
in Palm Beach | Ft. Lauderdale


Recently a cleaning firm spilled a cleaner that is obviously acid on my marble vanities. They were sealed, but the damage is still very evident in the form of hundreds of small circles. What would you recommend as the way to repair them, the materials to use, etc? Would it be better to replace the vanities?
My Natural Stone countertops are no longer shiny. How do I get the shine back?
How much dust will be created during the restoration of my floor?


I have Marble Natural Stone floors in the kitchen. Some vinegar got on the floor and now we have a light spot. I believe that it is the sealer (polyurethane coating?) that got discolored. What is the best way to get rid of these dull spots and bring the normal shine back?
My floors had a beautiful shine when new. How can I restore that new shine?
I have a beautiful entry rug. Will it harm my stone floor?
Is there routine, daily or weekly maintenance I should be performing?
Why won't the water spots on my marble or travertine clean up?

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