The cleaner we use most of after polishing marble, travertine, limestones is Murphy's Oil Soap for Wood floors from concentrate. It's a neutral PH and has never damaged any marble we've ever worked on, It works great and we been using it for about 15 years. 

It melts polish glaze off the marble better than Stone Tech Revitalizer

Mix 20 parts water to one Part MOS. 
$14 gets you 21 gallons! 

Tony DeLuna

On Aug 25, 2016, at 12:32 PM, Ryan Tonnemacher <> wrote:

Hey everyone,


We are curious as to what you guys have found to be the best products to use while cleaning natural stone, to get the grout as clean as possible. It is about as certain as death and taxes that there is always some staining and discoloration that won’t come out. We have heard about using 40% hydrogen peroxide, but wanted to see what you guys have had the most success with. We are treying to find the best way to clean the grout when the homeowner doesn’t want it color sealed or in the situations where color sealing is not an option (non sanded grout, shower floors pans, etc).




Thank you, we appreciate your business!


Ryan Tonnemacher

(602) 993-9800 Office

(480) 459-5773 Fax

2039 E. Cedar St. #104

Tempe, AZ 85281




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