Cleaning Limestone Fireplace?

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To clean a limestone fireplace, lay plastic drop cloths around the perimeter of the fireplace to protect the floor. Brush the limestone with a whisk broom to loosen dirt and grit particles then vacuum the front of the fireplace to remove any particles. Fill a spray bottle with warm water and a few drops of mild liquid dish soap and mix the solution. Spray the solution onto a one by one foot section of the limestone and scrub with a nonabrasive sponge to remove dirt, residue and grime. Do this to the other parts then dry the limestone surface with a terrycloth towel.
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1. Lay plastic drop cloths around the perimeter of the fireplace to protect the floor from cleaning solutions. 2. Brush the limestone with a whisk broom to loosen dirt and grit particles
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I have a limestone fireplace, and I tend to use Tri-sodium Phosphate and water. It seems to do the trick every time with no residual effects to the stone. For every gallon of water
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You can clean limestone with a stone cleaner and an old toothbrush. Scrub the tiles, then rinse well to remove the dirt and cleaner residue. To find more information click here: http
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A limestone fireplace is moderately expensive. Limestone fireplaces range on different prices depending on what you use to make them. The average price is $500.
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