Like all surfaces, IceStone® will show signs of everyday wear and tear over time. With common sense care, and regular sealing and waxing, you can maintain the beauty and quality of your IceStone® surface for years to come.
IceStone, LLC requires that the fabricator seal and wax the surface before or at the time of installation. A typical installation requires resealing and rewaxing every 6-12 months.
To determine if it's time to reseal your IceStone, simply sprinkle water on various areas of the surface. If the water beads up, the sealer is intact. If IceStone soaks up the water, it's time to reseal. IceStone should be resealed and rewaxed after removing a stain or etch mark.
To seal and wax IceStone surfaces
Use CHENG Concrete Countertop Polish once a week to maximize the durability of the sealer and wax. Contact Customer Service for a care and maintenance schedule if your installation is in a commercial area.
Oxy-Klenza can be mixed into a paste with water and applied as a stain removing poultice. Always test the poultice on an inconspicuous area to ensure there will be no discoloration resulting from the procedure:
Repeat steps 2 and 3 if the stain persists. Seal and wax according to these guidelines. Contact email@example.com if you require additional assistance.
IceStone, LLC recommends StoneTech BulletProof, a high performance water-based sealer. If your IceStone was sealed with a solvent-based product, apply Protex by Tenax when resealing. If it was sealed with Meta Crème Next Generation Impregnating Sealer, always reseal with that product. Meta Crème must be applied by a Dry Treat Authorized Applicator.
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Fabrication Guidelines (pdf)