Removing urine stains from limestone floors

Removing urine stains from limestone floors

Because urine is slightly acidic, it’s not a good idea to have urinals in a bathroom that consists of limestone floors. This is because the stone consists of high concentrations of calcium which becomes etched when coming into contact with an acid. Here we have an office block in Bracknell where we sanded down the stone to reach the unaffected areas. We then sealed it with solvent-based sealer to help slow down the seepage of future spillages. 

Related News

How to fill Travertine holes with resin

How to fill Travertine holes with resin

Instructions on how to fill holes in Travertine floors with resin filler. Floor tiles made of travertine are offered in…
How to Compare Stone Restoration Quotes

How to Compare Stone Restoration Quotes

Your stone floors are looking somewhat dirty and scuffed because you haven’t had your floors cleaned and restored for a…
How to restore Slate Tiles

How to restore Slate Tiles

Despite the fact that slate floors are well-known for their beauty and long-lasting durability, the sealers and waxes that are…

Get A Quote