Every building material will eventually have stains that cannot be removed by cleaning, such as scale on glass, fingerprints on stainless steel, heat marks on wood …and so on. The more natural building materials are, the more likely to have annoying stains.
Tables and walls are widely made of stone. The natural pattern is so beautiful and attracting that some of them even brings imposing manner to the house.
The durability is outstanding without saying. However, we often ignore the importance of protecting the stone because of that. Chemicals erosion, food sauce and daily abrasion are all the potential damages.
Fabrics have been part of life for thousands of years, and it is a necessity now. Due to the maintenance of leather is difficult as well as the price issue, more and more families chooses cloth sofas instead of leather. However, the liquid absorption of fabrics brings stains problems that troubles many people.
Wood is such a common material for furniture. It creates a warm and soft image indoors.
However, wood would confront problems like water stain, rot, and discoloration without exception.
In the shower room, the soap scum and water stain annoy people. It takes efforts to clean the glass but gets poor results. In addition, the dust and mold will mist the glass of windows and cabinet.
The constant changes in humidity and temperature will accelerate the oxidation of the metal surface. Moreover, chemical erosion and water stain are the biggest problems with the metal material. Without appropriate protection, the surface will lose the glossy and fade out year by year.