Can Chelating Agents Be Used On Stone Surfaces

Can Chelating Agents Be Used On Stone Surfaces


Can Chelating Agents Be Used for Stone Surfaces?

Hi, this is Sheila of Heavenly Touch Maids serving the greater Akron and Cleveland area.

Chelating Agents and Stone Surfaces

And today’s question is: What are chelating agents and can I use those on my stone surfaces? The answer is NO, you cannot use those on your stone surfaces. A chelating agent would be something like citric acid. What it does is it causes minerals to clump together.

Purpose of Chelating Agents

So, it’s great if you want to remove soap scum or hard water deposits. Not so great on natural stone, including granite, which is usually acid resistant, very sturdy stone, found in a lot of kitchen counters. But let’s stay away from chelating agents and stone. They don’t mix.

Alternatives to Chelating Agents for Stone Surfaces

We want something specifically formulated for your beautiful natural stone surfaces. Chelating agents such as citric acid or anything acidic basically are not it.

So, thank you very much and have a Heavenly Touch Maids day. For professional residential and commercial cleaning, visit https://heavenlytouchmaids.com

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