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Frequently Asked Questions

For natural stone countertops and floors, you should use a pH-neutral cleaner specifically designated for natural stone. Avoid any cleaner that is either acidic or abrasive. Use microfiber towels to prevent scratching and etching in the stone.
Frequent cleaning with a mild, non-abrasive cleanser is the best way to clean your reglazed tub. Avoid abrasive pads or sponges as well as cleansers with ammonia or bleach. Drying the surface with a microfiber cloth is also highly recommended.
Because stone is porous it is important to protect it against harmful substances, dirt, and spills. That is why applying a sealant is recommended in the stone refinishing process. The sealant will penetrate into the stone and act as a repellent to water or any other substance that could stain or discolor. A properly maintained surface will add years to the stone.
Reglazed tubs, if properly maintained, will last up to 10 years.

Stone restoration costs about one-third the price of a brand new installation. In addition, most restoration jobs can be completed in 1 day or less. The time and money saved are priceless! 


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