Tips to avoid staining your Cantera floors

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Cantera floors are very beautiful to look at and they are a perfect choice for places like gardens, balconies, patios and even your bathrooms. Cantera- Cantera hand carved stone structures are extensively used to decorate landscapes and halls at hotels, mansions and bungalows. Although Cantera is a beautiful natural stone it is porous and soft and this increases the risk of staining. Mentioned below are some of the tips to avoid staining your Cantera- Cantera hand carved stone floors and other structures.

Cantera- Cantera hand carved stone fountains are quite beautiful and they are getting more common at places like private landscapes, luxury gardens, resorts and large hotels. The only downside is that they can get stained if they are not cleaned once in a while. You can keep the stains away if you clean your fountain once in a month using a mild detergent mixed with warm water. Make use of a small tooth brush to scrub off surfaces that are at a risk of getting stained.

Cantera stone art hand carved statues also require some regular maintenance work in order to keep them away from stains. You can clean your statues using white vinegar that has been well distilled. Dilute the vinegar before applying it on your expensive statues. Scrub using a sponge until you are satisfied. This will improve the colour of your statues and also remove stains, if any.

Cantera – Cantera hand carved stone tiles tend to get stained quite often. So, it would be wise to avoid spilling liquids or beverages (that tend to leave a stain behind) on your Cantera tiles.

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