How can I prevent damage to my natural stone flooring?
Sand, dirt, and grit cause the most damage to natural stone. Use a non-treated dust mop in high traffic areas two or three times a day. Placing doormats at entrances will help to minimize the sand, dirt, and grit that can harm the stone's surface. Make sure that the mats have a rubber backing underneath. Furniture legs should also be covered with felt or placed on a rug. Potted plants placed on the floor should be in moisture-proof containers or be placed on a protective pad. Clean your floor on a regular basis with warm water and clean, non-abrasive cloth, sponge, or mop.