We provide the best black limestone worktop variety to add style and aesthetics to a kitchen. Meanwhile, this worktop material avoids most stain and scratches. This way it gives a clean, smooth and sleek appearance to both interior and exterior areas in a house.
Many architects prefer light-coloured limestone for different areas of a house, such as paving, flooring, kitchen countertops, etc. But in the UK, we have noticed that many people are now leaning towards black Slate or black limestone.
The trend for black slate worktop materials is being avidly seen across the country. With the availability of different styles and materials in the market, households can easily create a distinct interior theme using just our black limestone worktop.Why black is always trending?
We have never seen many other colours on trend as much as black. This is because black is sophisticated, sleek and appears modern. It has the natural ability to highlight elegance whilst avoiding most, scratches or stains that other worktop surfaces may display. Apart from that, our high-end black limestone slabs can turn any kitchen, room or entryway into something classy and contemporary.
Clients can pick the best worktop design out of our extensive range of black limestone tile. If homeowners are ready to commit to its regular maintenance and frequent black limestone sealer, this natural stone can lead to a less porous and improved kitchen with a wider selection of patterns.
Despite the darker tone, our exclusive black limestone adds depth to any space where it’s installed. From black limestone paving to black limestone flooring or kitchen worktops, there are various uses of this natural stone. If chosen in a wavy pattern, it gives moderate granite-like effect while being cheaper than high-end granite worktops.
MKW Surfaces’ black limestone tiles are available in different shades of black to add a distinct monochromatic touch to the interior while playing around with lighter and darker Duropal black limestone tiles.Finishing
We provide the best black limestone floor tiles in both matte, honed and glossy finish, depending on the homeowner’s personal preference and desired look. Plumping black hearth tiles are also not a risky makeover, as black is never out of style.How to clean black limestone slabs?
For cleaning black limestone slabs, our experts suggest dipping a sponge or soft cloth into the soapy water and wipe off the surface. Make sure not to use non-acidic soap or specifically designed black limestone cleaner for cleaning its surface.How to Clean Black Limestone Countertops and Floors?
Homeowners who are worried about cleaning black limestone paving, countertops or flooring, using a speciality cleaner or homemade poultice is a good option. Our experts recommend forming a thick mixture of flour and hydrogen peroxide and applying it on the stained or troubled areas on the limestone. Let it dry for some time and then rinse the surface with clean water and sponge.How to clean black limestone patio?
For cleaning a black limestone patio, the end users must either follow any of the methods or try steam cleaning to get rid of dirt pockets that are formed over time. Furthermore, we also suggest using a black limestone sealer that’s required overtime to regain its natural lustre.Things to Avoid