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Slate falls into the stone flooring family and is a form of fine grained metamorphic rock which forms in layers, often streaked with rich and colorful veins, which makes it an attractive flooring material. Slate flooring is usually cut into tiles...<more about How to Clean Slate Flooring>
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Granite is a form of stone formed from pockets of liquid magma that has been millions of years cooling slowly below the earth. Because it has evolved from a molten state, it is called igneous. It comprises large grains of minerals, typically quartz,...<more about Granite Stone Flooring>
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Slate is a kind of stone that has been billions of years in the making. The base ingredients constituted clay deposits and ash mixed in the form of molten lava. The mixture finally dried into layers. Slate is quarried from great depths, can be split...<more about Slate Flooring>
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If you've ever spilled cooking oil on your granite (or other natural stone) countertop or floors you know that it can leave a deep–set dark stain. The good news is there is something you can do about it...with just a bit of patience and a few...<more about Removing Oil Stains from Stone Floors and Countertops>
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Limestone, one of the most common kinds of sedimentary rock, is found all over the world. It was formed by a slow deposition of sediment under sustained pressure for several million years. The vast majority of limestone deposits are of marine origin...<more about Limestone Flooring>

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