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Cleaning and maintaining natural stone floors?

Published on April 17, 2012 By jackwilson

I have stone floors in my home and am having a problem with a whitish haze on the stone tiles in the shower. Is this mineral or soap deposits? What is the best way to clean, polish and maintain this? Related Stone Flooring, Stone Countertops, Stone Installation and Stone Products Blogs

How do I get linseed oil out of stone?

Published on April 20, 2011 By jackwilson

I was scrubbing down a bench with linseed oil when I accidentally spilled some on the stone floor. I cannot, for the life of me, get the stain off the stone. I’ve tried nearly everything. Stone cleaners, CLR, even dish soap. I don’t want to have to spend the money to replace the stone. Any […]

how do i clean stone in bathroom on walls and floor very old home?

Published on February 24, 2011 By jackwilson

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what is the best cleaner for wood floors? what is the best cleaner for tile floor?

Published on July 20, 2010 By jackwilson

i have used orange glow and am now using murphys wood soap and they both leave a my floors feeling sticky the nect day please help me with a new cleaning solution?? thankyou so much Related Stone Flooring, Stone Countertops, Stone Installation and Stone Products Blogs Spas In Sedona Az » Blog Archive » How […]

Bathroom Cleaning Tips : How to Clean Marble Floors

Published on June 12, 2010 By jackwilson

Bathroom marble floors have a fragile surface and should be wiped down to remove tacks or pins that can cause damage. Then clean with a sponge, dish soap and water. Discover how to get marble floors clean without using damaging abrasive cleaning products with tips from a professional house cleaner and organizer in this free […]

How do I clean & maintain natural stone floors?

Published on April 5, 2010 By jackwilson

I have stone floors in my home and am having a problem with a whitish haze on the stone tiles in the shower. Is this mineral or soap deposits? What is the best way to clean, polish and maintain this? Thanks in advance.