How to care for stone floors

How to care for stone floors
  • Stone Floors

Everyone knows that a floor can really make a room stand out. Similarly, if there is something wrong with the floor of any given room, the whole place can look shabby and unimpressive. So, it is important keep your floor clean and impeccable. With more and more people opting to use stone floors on the Sunshine Coast, The Tile and Stone Specialists thought it would be a good idea to prepare a guide on how to care for stone floors.


It is important to dust or sweep stone floors often. Use mild detergents or stone soaps to clean the surface of the floor. This way, you can avoid scratches caused by smaller impurities like sand particles. If there are any liquid spillages, clean it up immediately. Liquid stains on stone floors are nightmares to deal with. The faster you mop spillages up, the safer your stone floor will be. You can use non-slip mats and rugs in accordance to the theme of your room to bring a more cohesive look, while also protecting a significant part of your stone floor from harm. If you are smart about this, you can make your stone floor stand out even more.


Never use acidic cleaners on your stone floors. This includes vinegar, lime juice, bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners etc. This can slowly eat away at your stone floor. Sandstone floors are particularly vulnerable to this. Additionally, never use worn out vacuum cleaners. The edges or worn out parts of the vacuum cleaner may scratch the surface of your stone floors. Even though all these tips are a good place to start, there is nothing quite like professional cleaning. If you are ever in need of a tile cleaning, floor cleaning or anything of the sort, don’t hesitate to give The Tile and Stone Specialists a call.