Maintaining Your Natural Stone Flooring

Marble, limestone, and granite are all beautiful and common types of floor coverings and they all vary from one type to the other to what type of care they need over the years. 

Maintaining these types of stone and others should not necessarily be a tedious chore, but it requires vigilance, patience, and special attention. You can also use stone flooring to renovate balcony (which is also called ‘ Balkon sanieren ’ in German). 

Stone floor coverings are an investment of time and money, but it is also a question of pride in your home and a decision really a decision on the quantity you cherish and enjoy your home.

This is not something you decide slightly, but given the good circumstances, stone flooring can be an incredibly rewarding feature in any house.

The biggest problem that people do not think about being the smallest; dirt and dust. The smallest particles of dust, dirt, sand, and other classic pieces that stick to the bottom of your shoes can create fine abrasions and scratches on the surface of your stone floor coverings, which ends up pretending Cloudy and dull. 

To avoid this, the best thing to do would be to ensure that the soil is dried daily, or using a clean dry dust mop to completely get rid of any refined dust than a bristle broom was missing. 

A vacuum can also be used, but you run the risk of blowing dust rather than pick it up and scrape the ground with hard wheels or drummer bars. 

It's also a good idea to have anti-slip surface mats just outside your natural stone floor to help you perceive lost dust before walking on the floor.