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How would you fix the problem if a very strong granite and marble sealer was being used and some of it got onto the bathtub and removed the finish in certain areas?
Answer . Marble is a metamorphic rock that was originally limestone, a sedimentary rock, and is composed primarily of the mineral calcite. Granite is an intrusive igneous r…ock composed mainly of feldspar, mica, and quartz. Marble is softer than granite because of these mineral composition differences and it will also react with weak acids such as vinegar. These properties make marble a good choice for a sculptor, but a bad choice for a kitchen countertop.
the marble would erode more rapidly.
Granite marble is stranger than Lime stone as granite marble have non-interlocked but cemented with Caco3. For this reasons most people are using the marbles in flooring. …However Lime stone also using on building wall and pillars. Apart from that current time these stones are available overall all stores like "Builderoutletusa".
Granite sealers are typically used to seal granite counter tops, as well as counter tops made from other natural stones. Using a granite sealer will help to protect one's coun…ter tops from penetration of oils, water, and other liquids. It will also help protect the stone from stains.
i think granite because it was formed under the earth in deep pressure and heat but marble has weaker bonds in its particles. marble was formed by limestone with not alo…t of pressure as granite or heat. granite is way strongger
Granite is composed mainly of silicate minerals which are much harder than the calcite that makes up the marble.
Some of the Preparation H got onto your ultra suede couch and you cannot seem to get it off What can you use to remove these grease stains?
Answer . Dawn dish detergent is excellent for greasy stains. Get a basin and fill it with warm water and add Dawn soap, then swish with your hand so you have some good su…ds. Take a clean towel and (test on the back of the couch at the bottle first) and if all goes well then use the suds first by gently wiping back and forth. It may take 2 - 3 times. Then use the rag and wet it well, ringing it out, and rub gently on the spot back and forth. Use paper toweling to absorb any moisture left and leave to let dry.
finger nail polish remover or acetone should remove the sealant, but there is a chance they would damage the finish of the tub, depending on the material. If it is porce…lain it should be fine, but if it is plastic don't use them. WD-40 will also probably work and is probably safer, so you could even try it first. Spray the sealant with WD-40, then let it sit until it is almost dry - probably only 15 seconds or so, then spray again. Rub with a fingernail or plastic scraper. You can use WD-40 on pretty much any surface, and can buy it at WalMart or Target. If the WD-40 leaves a residue, clean it with glass cleaner - may take a couple sessions.
That depends on the ambient temperature, among other things. If you have two lumps of stone in the same place, one of granite and the other of marble, they will eventually be …of the exact same temperature. However, marble tends to feel cooler to the touch, but that also depends on how polished it is. Basically, something feels cooler if it drains heat from your fingers (or feet) faster than another material. The more a surface is polished, the more contact area it will have with your skin, and the faster the exchange of heat will occur. Also, some materials conduct heat better than others, and this affects the sensation of coolness as well. If you heat up a piece of marble and a piece of granite to the same temperature (higher than your body temperature), polished marble will probably feel warmer than polished granite. Finally, granite and marble are both types of stone :) See http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_marble_flooring_feels_cold_to_touch for another good answer.
First, if your drain has a stopper with a rod, try pulling it up and checking for hair or other debris wrapped around it. Remove any gunk you find. This is the cheapest wa…y to fix a slow drain. If you do not have a stoppered drain or this doesn't fix the problem, try pouring a half cup of baking soda down the drain followed by a half cup of white vinegar. Allow it to sit for about five minutes, then rinse it away with water. Repeat if necessary. If your tub still drains slowly, you can invest in a chemical clog remover. Pick one and follow the directions on the bottle carefully. Most chemical clog removers are made of very caustic stuff, so make sure to rinse your tub out completely before using it again. Tub still draining slowly? Your next solution is a pipe snake. Improper or unskilled use of a pipe snake can cause damage to both your plumbing and your external bath fixtures. If you are not a professional plumber, or do not have extensive plumbing experience, you may want to contact a professional to take this step for you. At this point, you may want a professional opinion on your drain anyway. Once your tub is draining normally again, take steps to prevent future clogs. - Install a drain trap to help keep debris from entering your pipes and clean it out after every use. - If anyone in your household using your tub has long and/or thick hair, encourage them to brush it out and dispose of shedding hair before stepping in the shower. - At the first sign of a clog, check the stopper rod or try the baking soda and vinegar. Don't allow a small problem to grow bigger through negligence.
Yes, granite is strong, It is often used as a building stone. On the mohs scale of hardness, it has a hardness of 7.
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No, granite is not considered to be cooler in temperature than marble is. In fact, marble is approximately 7 degrees cooler than granite is.
To protect against contaminents being absorbed such as oil, chemicals & dirt. Reduce algae-mildew growth (if water isn't saturating the surface as long, then mold spores c…an't grow as easily) as well as help prevent freeze-thaw cycle erosion in outdoor cold weather climate. Freeze-thaw happens when water freezes overnight in the pores of the concrete or masonry then warms up during the day. This constant contraction and expansion of the substrate helps crack up the surface over time. A penetrating sealer is recommended for the above scenarios (which assume outdoor use) vs topical sealants that tend to wear away easier.