By following the simple steps below, your travertine will maintain its original beauty for many years to come.

Clean up spills immediately.

Use an absorbent cloth followed by a neutral pH cleanser.

Use trivets and cutting boards.

Place hot pots on a trivet, not directly on the countertop. Protect your fine cutlery by using a cutting board, not cutting directly on the stone.

Use coasters and placemats.

Your countertop is an investment in your home, and protecting the countertop from food and drink spills will maintain the brand-new appearance indefinitely.

Don’t use abrasive or acidic cleaners.


  • Formed naturally when particles of calcium carbonate are deposited on the earth’s surface by rivers, natural springs, or geysers
  • Beautiful and unique – no two slabs are alike
  • Colors range from soft white and silver tones to warm golds and deeper brown hues
  • Heat resistant
  • Softer and less dense than granite, marble, and limestone
  • Can be prone to scratching and is affected by acids. The small holes that are inherent throughout travertine are typically filled to create a more durable surface.
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