How to Remove Water Spots From Your Stone

If you venture into the Roman Forum ruins and the leftover bathhouses in Caracalla, you’ll find an ancient stone that would look all the better, had their master builders had trusty sealant formulas to fill in the holes. In the ancient bathhouses of Caracalla, Bath and Wiesbaden, the travertine stone has a very porous surface which makes them incredibly susceptible to water stains.  In the modern world, we use this very rock for our countertops. When water spots happen to form, it’s a tell-tale sign that the seal is dissipating. If you leave the spots there for a long time,...
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