Should I use epoxy fill or a travertine fill to fix holes in my floor?

Jerusalem Limestone is a great choice for your home in Pittsburgh.  This small job required all of the voids or holes filled.  Voids can be filled with different products but basically it comes down to two choices.  Epoxy that will take a polish and will look like a natural part of the stone.  The other…

Quick Reference Stone Cleaning Guide

Quick Reference Stone Cleaning Guide From Our Friends at MB Stone Here are the basics for keeping your natural stone surfaces looking and performing their very best!   1) FLOORS You can vacuum your marble but some vacuums can scratch your marble so please don’t vacuum your floors with out carefully inspecting your vacuum. Dust-mop…

Clean Interiors we are not like the other guys

We do a lot of repair work for local business or contractors that have accidentally caused a problem for someone’s natural stone. When this happens we do everything we can to praise that business to the homeowner. Why? Because they did the right thing and had it taken care of. Lets face it in life…

Pittsburgh marble cleaning and polishing

Grigio Carnico Marble I believe. Before and afters. More about this job later but for now here are the photos. Our Service Includes: 15143, 15010, 15071, 15108, 15122, 15123, 15201, 15202, 15203, 15204, 15205, 15206, 15207, 15208, 15209, 15210, 15211, 15212, 15213, 15214, 15215, 15216, 15217, 15218, 15219, 15220, 15221, 15222, 15223, 15224, 15225, 15226,…

Emperador Dark Marble: New install, but restoration needed!

Emperador is a beautiful brown marble, that has much veining and variance in color and mineral composites. Home Depot stocks small tiles (I haven’t seen any there that has a deep color brilliance) and Lowe’s carries a premier Emperador floor tile (for $130 a tile!). This particular job was from tile bought from Lowe’s… very…

How to get oily stains out of natural stone

Here’s a step by step guide to make a “poultice” for removing oily stains (any type of vegetable oil, mineral oil, butter, animal fat, etc): 1. Get acetone (from hardware store, not nail polish), and very absorbent, good quality paper towels. 2. Make a paper towel cushion (8-10 folds, or a 1/4 inch thick) which…

What do people in Pittsburgh have to say about Clean Interiors: Pittsburgh Marble Polishing and Restoration?

Below are some reviews of Clean Interiors Marble Polishing work: This is a video review of a job we did in Downtown Pittsburgh. David‎ – Dec 27, 2011  I had my antique marble floor restored in my shop in Downtown Pittsburgh. Dan and Jen did a spectacular job. The floor had been neglected for some…