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Tile and Stone Maintenance

Month: October 2010

Tile and Stone Blog now on Twitter

OK, so the keen-eyed amongst you will have noticed the big blue Twitter button (bit too big maybe?) on the right hand side of the blog. I thought it was about time I tried to keep-up, so now you can follow the Tile and Stone Blog on Twitter.

http://twitter.com/TileStoneBlog

While we are on the subject I would be interested to hear from anyone using Twitter, particularly if you are in the tile and stone, installation/care and maintenance business. I am interested to hear if it is successful for you and how so.

Shortest post I have written in a while!

Copyright Ian Taylor and The Tile and Stone Blog.co.uk, 2013. See copyright notice above.

Antiqued or brushed limestone maintenance

I am sure that you are all familiar with polished and honed finishes on stone. Just in case you are not; a polished stone has a high shine that is achieved though diamond or silica-carbide grinding at the factory. A honed finish is very flat, smooth to the touch with no visible scratches or saw marks but not reflective. Both of these finishes can be easily (if somewhat expensively) created or re-instated in sit-tu via a professional grinding company.

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