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\nTravertine is a delicate type of natural porous stone, only use cleaning products designed for it. Never wipe spilled substance on the travertine but blot it up. Floor resealing after cleaning to help prevent future stains from spills, cleaning floor with natural stain remover are some cleaning methods of Travertine. A professional will have to grind and re-polish Travertine if acid is spilled on it.\n

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Important Tips For Maintaining Travertine & Cleaning Stains


About Travertine

A type of limestone made by mineral or hot spring deposits.


Tips To Keep Travertine Clean

If something spills on the travertine, do not wipe the spill in a back-and-forth motion.

Use a dry paper towel, a soft sponge or a cloth to gently blot up the spill.

Use a natural stone cleaner that is designed for delicate stone.

Use gentle brush that is designed for natural stone.


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