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Limescale (stains and heavy buildup)

Natural stone

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Marble or natural stone bathroom countertops and vanities are constantly sprayed with water, leaving behind tough-to-remove hard water spots. Cleaning is essential in keeping stone surfaces polished and hygienic.
 
Removing limescale from marble and natural stone
 
Natural stones are not all the same: some are delicate and sensitive to acid, such as marble, while others are more resistant, like granite and basalt, and are not affected by acid based cleaners. Before you choose your cleaning products, you must therefore know the material you want to clean.
  • For unpolished, acid-resistant stone, you can use DETERDEK PRO Grout Haze Remover to remove lime deposits and hard water stains.
  • For sensitive materials, like marble, limestone and travertine, we recommend using CLEANER PRO Concentrated All Surface Cleaner.