Travertine

A sedimentary stone used in flooring, wall and countertop applications, travertine is primarily made of calcium carbonate and is found near hot mineral springs. Travertine naturally contains holes that are either filled or left unfilled depending upon the application. Multiple colors, finishes and patterns of travertine are available.

Special Notes: Travertine is sensitive to acidic products including but not limited too, vinegar, wine and citric acid. While the stone is durable, acid etching will occur in kitchen applications. Maintenance may be required to remove acid etch marks from the travertine countertop surface.

Recommended Sealers: Aquamix Sealers Choice Gold, Dry Treat Hannafin Ole-Repella, Dry Treat Hannafin Stain Proof Original or Dry Treat Hannafin Metacreme

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