How To Clean Composite Marble

Marble is a stone that is used in fine building work. It is fashionable for tub surrounds and showers, as floor tile, fireplace surrounds and table tops. It may be white or coloured and it is porous and easily stained. Also, it can be etched by acids. Cleaning marble is not difficult, but it must … Read more

How To Clean A Sandstone Hearth

Distinguished by its contrasting colours and smooth texture, sandstone is a porous, durable rock composed of sand and various mineral deposits. A sandstone fireplace hearth adds natural character to any home but especially compliments southwest decor Like all fireplace masonry, a sandstone hearth collects dirt, ash and soot whenever it is in use. Regularly cleaning … Read more

How To Clean A Sheepskin Coat

Caring for a sheepskin coat is easy if you pay attention to spots and stains as soon as they occur. Cleaning them immediately with a special suede sponge, or using various other methods, depending on the type of stain, can save a trip to the dry cleaners. However, in some cases, this may be the … Read more

How To Clean A Granite Fireplace

If you have a granite-finished fireplace, you already know how beautiful and durable your fireplace is. However, after years of use, soot can build up on your fireplace mantel and dull its shine. Cleaning a granite fireplace may seem like a daunting task, but it requires only common household cleaning items. If you have a … Read more

How To Clean The Medals

The patina is formed when the reacting metal in military or sporting medals with oxygen in the atmosphere forms a patina. A patina on the metal is a thin layer of oxide that gives it an aged, darkened look. Since it can cause damage to the medal, most collectors want the patina on their medals. … Read more

How To Clean The Pebble Dash

Pebble-dash refers to a form of stucco where pebbles are embedded. Pebble-dash can be found on walls, walkways, and exteriors. Exposure to elements can cause it to become stained or dirty. Regular cleanings will keep your pebbledash looking new. Pay attention to the pebbledash surface. Do not try to repair cracks and holes in the … Read more