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Using detergents and chemical agents for cleaning stone

Stone is hard and durable but it has a brittle side as well. For example, even the hardest granite structure cannot avoid absorption of water, and this eventually becomes the cause for deterioration. If some type of acid liquid, even orange juice, is spilled over the marble kitchen table surface, it will become a stain in no time which will be difficult to clean.

Many detergents cannot apply to marble because they contain "acid." These components react with marble and spoil the exclusive marble surface in many cases.

If you put metal products with rust on the stone, this rust often shifts to the stone itself and penetrates the stone through its porous structure. The reasons behind harming and deterioration of stone are too many to comprehensively list here. Regardless of the type of natural stone, it will deteriorate if you do not take good care.

Chemical agents mainly used for stone care protect the stone from deterioration and remove taint and stains. Natural stone is beautiful, but it needs proper care for maintaining its beauty. Many people are not aware of the fact that water is harmful for stone. For a short period of time, it appears as if the stone surface is unaffected, but more often than not, water is the cause for deterioration. Protecting and removing are the two main purposes for chemical agents produced for stone cleaning.

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