Performing seals

Before and after comparison of stone treated with Lithofin Stainstop, a water and oil repellant impregnator with colour enhancing properties.

Architects specifying stone floors agonise over whether or not they should be sealed. But that's as nothing compared to the terrifying soul-searching that goes into deciding what kind of sealant to use - a porous or a non-porous one?

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