Caring for Bluestone•
Posted on May 11 2020
Distinctively bluish-grey in tone, increasingly rare bluestone melds rough-hewn material with smooth sophistication. Naturally varied grain and coloring add to its unique look and inherent appeal.
Care for Your Bluestone Surfaces
- Address spills immediately by wiping with a dry, soft cloth.
- Spot-clean as needed with a soft cloth and mild soap.
- Avoid use of cleaning products with acid, vinegar, lemon, and ammonia, as abrasive ingredients can damage stone.
- Bluestone surfaces are not scratch or heat-resistant, and may scuff or stain without proper care. To maintain stone’s natural appearance, avoid sharp objects on surfaces. Use coasters, trivets and placemats for protection against hot or wet items.
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