Have you just decided on a natural stone kitchen countertop or newly laid the terrace with natural stone slabs? Or perhaps a long time ago, when you just moved into your home? You probably invested a lot of time to find exactly the design that suits your taste and completes your living environment. Natural stone is a wonderful material. In our eyes, what's valuable should be protected. The protective treatment for natural stone is impregnation.
Because from a technical point of view, the following is happening as time goes on:
The capillary absorbency of a natural stone varies from rock type to rock type. In the course of time, natural changes occur due to stone-specific components. Optical changes that are not inherent to the stone but are caused by foreign substances are stains.
Staining can be prevented by impregnation. Depending on the type of impregnation, the natural stone can be protected against contamination by water, grease and oil. In addition, they facilitate cleaning and maintenance.