Category Archives: Stone Maintenance

Cleaning & Maintaining Large Stone Floors

We frequently get calls asking about how to Clean and Maintain large stone floors. One of the questions involves what tools and equipment do we recommend. So after handling cleaning and restoration projects for three decades, here are my recommendations: … Continue reading

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Is it Difficult to Clean Granite Countertops?

I went to YouTube and entered “Cleaning Granite Countertops” in the search box. The result was 19,800 videos on how to clean granite. THIS IS CRAZY! There is a VERY simple answer….Spray and Wipe! By mixing one capful of HMK … Continue reading

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Understanding HMK’s new Product Numbering System

HMK Stone Care from Germany was the first Worldwide company to develop a complete system of Stone Care products. Since the 1970’s, Moeller HMK-StoneCare has developed Professional Grade products that are designed to work together as a complete Stone Care … Continue reading

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WIKIHOW IS WRONG About Granite Cleaners!

I hate to burst anyones bubble…but WikiHow is wrong about Homemade Granite Cleaners! http://www.wikihow.com/Clean-Granite-Countertops In the article it states “Be sure you use cleaners that are pH balanced and include no acid or acidic type chemicals.”  However, the following sentence … Continue reading

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Praise for HMK StoneCare Products!!

We are happy to hear feedback on our HMK StoneCare Products: Hello Diane, I can not thank you and Torin enough. I followed Torin’s instructions and my shower looks wonderful!!! I used the R-55, let it cure for 72 hours, … Continue reading

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