The best way to care for limestone countertops is to use a commercial limestone cleaner or a mild dish detergent with warm water. Never use harsh or acidic cleaners on these kinds of countertops. After food preparation, make sure you clean your limestone countertop daily, but never use abrasive sponges or scrubbers, only a soft cloth.
Yes, at Pro Stone Countertops, we offer limestone countertop installations in the Memphis area, as well as Olive Branch and East Arkansas. We strive to achieve excellence in every way possible, and we know you will be ecstatic about our unmatched service, craftsmanship, and care.
If your limestone countertops have severe stains, you may remove them using a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and flour mixture, called a poultice. To make the solution, mix hydrogen peroxide and flour until it forms a paste, then rub it directly onto the stain. Allow the solution to fully harden for one of two days, then remove it with a rubber scraper.
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