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LimeStone, Stone Types Limestone often contains variable amounts of silica in the form of chert and/or flint, as well as varying amounts of clay, silt and sand as disseminations, nodules, or layers within the rock. The primary source of the calcite in limestone is most commonly marine organisms. These organisms secrete shells that settle out of the water column and are deposited on ocean floors as pelagic ooze or alternatively are conglomerated in a coral reef (see lysocline for information on calcite dissolution). Secondary calcite may also be deposited by supersaturated meteoric waters (groundwater that precipitates the material in caves).

 

Kota Blue
Kota Blue
 
Kota Pink
Kota Pink
 
Kota Honey
Kota Honey
 
Black Lime Stone
Black Lime Stone
 
Jaislmer Yellow
Jaislmer Yellow
 
Beige Lime Stone
Beige Lime Stone
 
Tandur Yellow
Tandur Yellow
 
Tandur Grey
Tandur Grey
 
Kota Brown
Kota Brown
 
Thar Gold
Thar Gold
 
  
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To get the longest life and preserve the beauty of your natural stone, follow these simple tips: Coasters: Use coasters under all glasses, particularly those containing alcohol or citrus juices. Trivets: While many stones can withstand heat, the use of trivets or mats is recommended. Dust Mopping: Dust mop interior floors frequently using a clean non-treated dry dust mop. Sand, dirt and grit are abrasive and can damage natural stone. Mats/rugs: Mats or area rugs inside and outside an entrance will help to minimize the sand, dirt and grit that may scratch the stone floor. Be sure that the underside of the mat or rug is a slip resistant surface.

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