Since limestone is partially soluble, especially in acid, avoid cleaners that contain vinegar, orange, or lemon products. The acids in these products will  infiltrate the surface of your limestone, causing it to etch and blur. It and will also eat away at the grout used to hold your limestone in place. Also avoid harsh chemicals like bleach and ammonia that can destroy your limestone sealer and harm your stone.

So, how do you clean limestone?

Limestone should always be cleaned with a specially formulated natural stone cleaner such as Supreme Surface Granite Cleaner & Conditioner. This pH neutral, non toxic cleaner is safe for use on limestone, food preparation surfaces, and around children and pets.

To clean your limestone properly simply wipe up any dirt or food particles with a microfiber cloth. Next spray your surface with the appropriate Supreme Surface cleaning product (Granite Cleaner & Conditioner for kitchens, Stone Shower Cleaner for bathrooms, or Stone Floor Cleaner & Conditioner for limestone floors). Then simply wipe clean and buff to a lustrous finish.