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Our Environmentally Friendly Services

Dry Carpet Cleaning

Upholstery Cleaning

Leather Cleaning

Oriental & Area Rug Cleaning

Carpet & Fabric Protector

Allergy Relief Cleaning

Carpet Repair & Re-stretching

Stain Removal & Spot Color Repair

Wood, Laminate, Cork & Bamboo Floor Cleaning & Refinishing

Tile & Grout Cleaning & Sealing

Stone Cleaning, Polishing & Sealing

Vinyl Floor Cleaning & Refinishing

Commercial Services



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Natural Stone Cleaning Cincinnati

  • Free Stone Cleaning Estimates
  • Environmentally Friendly Stone Cleaning and Sealing
  • Our Stone Cleaning and Carpet Cleaning Service is referred by Floor Retailers, Top Designers, and Realtors

Natural Stone Cleaning Cincinnati Services:

Pre-inspection - floor is inspected for type ,damage, grout condition, sealing level and gloss level.

Preperation - protection of adjacent area, masking tape where needed and repairs as needed.

Pretreatment - areas are sprayed with cleaner and scrubbed.

Soil Removal - stone is rinsed with specialized equipment.

Polishing - floor are polished with diamond impragmented pads and rinsed after each step.

Speed Drying - Fans are used to dry stone and grout so sealer is absorbed.

Sealing - Speciality sealers are applied as needed by type of stone and excess removed and buffed.

Finale Inspection - Our cleaning specialist will give you an inspection of the area for your approval.

After sealing the area should not be used for a period of several hours depending on the type of sealer. The technician will imform you of the time limit.

Westerkamp's Dry Carpet Cleaning has employed the most advanced procedures for natural stone cleaning, polishing and sealing hard surfaces. Specialty products and a high degree of knowledge and education is required for natural stone cleaning and maintenance. Each floor is carefully inspected, cleaned, polished and sealed according to the type and condition of flooring material. Below is our guide to hard surface cleaning for various surfaces.

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Guide to Cleaning Natural Stone Floors

This guide is designed to provide you, with the basic introduction into the cleaning, polishing  and restoration of floors. All Hard Surfaces Floor can be divided in two categories: SYNTHETIC FLOORS and NATURAL STONE. We will cover only the floors used commonly in today’s market.


Marble Is known as a calcium carbonate stone, and has been a metamorphic rock, marble reacts to acids and give a high gloss appearance. Is acid sensitive and scratches easily; most Marble stone have veins, swirls and bands. For cleaning and restoration purposes, the most suitable method should be chosen according to the level of wear. It entails of removing the dirt, erasing stains and restoring the worn protective layer. Below is a before and after picture of our work.
Marble before cleaningMarble after cleaning & polishing

The appearance of the Terrazzo is more uniform than most natural stone, and is available in tile forms or by pouring application on the slab. Terrazzo is a mixture of Portland cement and Marble chips. These chips can range in size from a fraction of an inch to as large to several inches. The very good side about Terrazzo is it can be ground, honed and polish just like Marble and can be easily mistaken for Granite. Below is a before and after picture of our work.

Terrazzo before cleaningTerrazzo after cleaning & polishing

GraniteGranite is an extremely hard natural stone with low porosity, normally given a polished finish. Granite is formed by volcanic action, and is an acid and scratch resistant as well. Granite paving is not usually treated; in this case waterproofing the material is recommended, especially if is laid in places such kitchens or bathrooms.

TravertineTravertine is limestone that has been formed in hot springs. Water movement caused the erosion of the stone creating numerous holes of varying sizes. A polished travertine will have its holes filled with color-matched Portland cement filler. These fillers do not take a high polish and therefore the overall polish tends to look blotchy.

Natural Stone CleaningSlate is classified as a “rough” material with a low absorption. Slate can be found both an interiors and exteriors, and rarely have a high polish unless a coating is placed on it. Slate can be a problem for it’s high content of clay, especially in wet areas, and can develop efflorescence easily. A good quality silicone impregnator sealer can protect the stone and generated more durability. A color enhanced can be applied also in this type of floor, to create a colorful look of the stone.

Flagstone is the term given to almost all-stone material cut into thin, irregular shapes. Found extensively on sidewalks, foyer entrance, pool decks, etc…, flagstone can be almost any material but is commonly the SANDSTONE type. Flagstone should not be ground and should only be cleaned and sealed.

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