Cleaning and Protecting Natural Stone
Natural stone is a porous material and requires specialized cleaning formulas. Neutral cleaners that work great on vinyl, wood, or other hard surfaces can react negatively with natural stone and etch the surface (cause microscopic scratches that dull the shine).
The following instructions explain how to clean natural stone surfaces, including marble, granite, limestone, travertine, slate, sandstone, and terrazzo. The cleaner being used cleans common messes and has a built-in sealer that reinforces protection and makes surfaces easier to clean in the future. Be sure to read the label carefully prior to use.
- Wipe or vacuum surface to be cleaned, ensuring it is free of loose debris.
- Keep children, pets, and building occupants away from the area being cleaned.
- Dilute concentrated cleaner with warm water according to label instructions depending on level of soiling.
- Apply the diluted solution to the surface using a mop, towel, sponge, or sprayer.
- Rub the surface lightly and remove any excess cleaner with a clean, dry cloth. There is no need to rinse the surface.
- Repeat if necessary for heavily soiled areas.
- Let the area dry completely before using to prevent soiling or accidents.
Warning: Always test material for colorfastness, follow label directions and never mix product unless specified in the label directions. Each situation reacts differently and results may vary.
Revitalizer Citrus Cleaner and Protector has a built-in sealer that makes surfaces easier to clean. Its gentle formula has a neutral pH and is safe for daily cleaning and protecting.
- Mold- and mildew-resistant stone protector
- Built-in sealer makes surfaces easier to clean
- pH: 7.0
- Safe for daily cleaning of natural stone
- Variable dilutions
Starting at: $43.01