Caring for Bluestone

Written by Derrick Clark


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.

How to Care for your bluestone dining table

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.