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Where does limestone come from?

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Limestone is a natural stone that’s hewn from the ground in large slabs or chunks. It comes into being over thousands of years from the build-up of debris on the sea bed. So it mainly comprises crushed shells, with some minerals and sand included, along with, sometimes, parts of coral reefs. Limestone-rich areas in the […]

The pros and cons of limestone kitchen countertops

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If you’re planning natural stone worktops for everyone’s favourite room, the kitchen, limestone may not be something that immediately springs to mind. But the material has a stunning elegance all its own, and can add immeasurably to the visual appeal of this area. With an appearance similar to that of marble, limestone adds more than […]

Why pH levels matter when it comes to cleaning limestone?

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The long months of lockdown mean we’ve all thought more about cleaning our homes. And so recipes for home-made products with soda crystals, bicarb of soda, vinegar, lemon and so on are increasingly popular. But could old-fashioned remedies do more harm than good on some surfaces? If you’re still spring cleaning (or thinking about starting!), […]

Considering limestone flooring? Here’s what you need to know

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If you’re thinking about a limestone floor for your kitchen or bathroom, you stand to benefit from a hardwearing, good-looking material. It’s also more cost-effective than you may have realised. Here, we offer a few tips about the things to bear in mind before you take the plunge with this sedimentary rock. Think about colour […]

What’s the best way to clean and care for limestone kitchen countertops?

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Limestone is a naturally occurring substance which makes an outstanding material for kitchen countertops as well as things like bathroom vanity units. However, being paler in colour and more porous than similar options, it can stain, while any blemishes are potentially likely to stand out. Luckily, there are things you can do to keep your […]