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Restoration Stoneworks Chicago, IL’s floor and surface care company
Restoration Stoneworks Chicago, IL’s floor and surface care company

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Certain types of stone are susceptible to damage from acidic substances. Could these foods be #etching your #stone? http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/could-these-foods-be-etching-your-stone/
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Mysterious Odors? They might be coming from your grout! Professional cleaning followed by sealing will resolve this issue.
http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/mysterious-odors-they-might-be-coming-from-your-grout/
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One of the most common questions we get from our customers about their natural stone is, “Now that I have it, how do I take care of it?” These 5 essential tips will arm you with what you need to know about caring for your stone countertops. http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/5-essential-care-tips-for-maintaining-your-natural-stone-countertops/
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For deeper scratches, cracks or actual chips, (or if you just don’t want to tackle it yourself) give your stone restoration professional a call. http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/how-to-fix-your-scratched-soapstone/
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Installing a new stone or tile floor yourself? Here is important information: http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/diy-stone-or-tile-installation-important-clean-up-tips/
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Slips and falls on slippery floors in homes as well as public spaces is a very real, every day hazard, but there are things you can do to minimize the risks. http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/minimizing-the-hazard-of-floor-slipperiness/
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Did you know natural stone can be refinished to a brand new or even completely different finish? Natural stone is versatile. Here are some ways to give your existing stone a whole new look. http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/natural-stone-refinishing-options/
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One question we're often asked is how to remove mud stains from exterior #travertine or other natural stone. Here are some tips for getting mud stains out. http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/how-to-remove-mud-stains-on-exterior-stone/
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It’s kind of funny what people who should know better will say about common stone failures or issues. Here's a sampling you may enjoy...
http://restorationstoneworks.com/tips-and-articles/im-sorry-i-think-you-mythunderstood-me/
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