Before purchasing or attempting to clean your stone surfaces, it’s highly recommended that you identify what type of stone you have. You can consult with a professional to help determine whether your stone is either siliceous or calcareous. Or you can even conduct your own acid sensitivity test with household vinegar or lemon juice and an eyedropper. It’s important that you choose an out-of-the-way area on your flooring or countertop, as the test can very quickly and thoroughly, etch your stone. Be sure to apply the test a few inches away from any mortar joints in your stone. If you are testing a countertop, considerRead More →