Natural Stone Cleaning Houston

We're certified to clean and restore all kinds of natural stone tile such as marble and travertine. Natural stone restoration includes polishing and sealing stone floors and/or countertops.

Types of natural stone:

Marble Tile Cleaning and Polishing

Terracota Tile Cleaning

Quartz Tile cleaning and Polishing

limestone Tile Cleaning and polishing

Granite Tile Cleaning

Granite Counters Cleaning and Polishing

Travertine Tile Cleaning

Mosaics Cleaning

Yorkstone Tile Cleaning

Sandstone Tile Cleaning

Slate Tile Cleaning and Polishing

Basalt Counters Cleaning

Oops!Steam Cleaning also polishes shower walls and countertops.

Restored Travertine floor in kitchen by Oops Steam Cleaning

Restored Travertine floor in kitchen by Oops Steam Cleaning

Natural Stone Tile Cleaning

We use an extra strength degreaser, cleaner and grout film remover that is suitable for all natural stones including polished Marble, Limestone, Travertine, etc. It's a non-toxic, biodegradable, non-acidic neutral and gentle non-abrasive formula with a fresh lemony scent that leaves a pleasant velvety surface touch.

Natural Stone Tile Polishing

A polished finish on the stone has a glossy surface that reflects light and emphasizes the color and making of the natural stone's properties. Highly experienced. We will bring back the sparkle of your natural stone floor.

Natural Stone Tile Sealing

The high quality sealant we use forms an invisible barrier that is resistant to moisture and stains while allowing vapor to escape. All surfaces treated are harder and less slippery, but it is not a surface coating and will not alter the natural look. It is designed for the protection of all medium to dense porous surfaces for all natural stone surfaces, such as Granite, Marble, Quartz, Limestone, Travertine, etc.

Don't just seal your stone floor, enhance it!

The initial cleaning is largely determined by whether there is any pre-existing sealant and how hard it will be to remove. We ask that all breakables and items you want cleaned under be moved out of the cleaning area before our arrival. If assistance is needed then please notify our office.

Knowing the type of stain will help identify the proper stain removal technique needed. A prior inspection to the natural stone cleaning will be needed to address any issue. 

Protect your beautiful granite countertops while maintaining and enhancing their reflective luster and beautiful rich colors. Ensure that the beauty and richness of your countertops last for a very long time.

Sealing stone prevents common accidents or damage to the surface of your natural stone tile floor by providing an invisible barrier against spills or anything sharp. Using cleaning products not formulated for tile or natural stone can break down the sealant causing the floor to be susceptible to stains, discolor the grout or even scratch the floor. 

The deeper into the surface of the material the sealant penetrates, the better it will resist stains. Due to regular cleanings and heavy use, existing sealants can break down. We recommend sealing natural stone floors once a year. The high quality sealant Oops! Steam Cleaning uses lasts longer and protects any type of natural stone floor. Natural stone restoration in The Woodlands as well as stone cleaning in Katy

Cleaned marble floor in master bathroom by Oops Steam Cleaning

Cleaned marble floor in master bathroom by Oops Steam Cleaning

Marble Cleaning

We know Marble floor is prone to stains and scratches, the proper maintenance is necessary and we are here to help you. An experienced flooring technician will leave your marble floors clean, shined and protected against stains.

Granite Cleaning

Granite floors and countertops display an unforgettable shine. Our job is to keep it that way. granite can be a hard stone but chemical abuse can damage it. Our professional natural stone service includes cleaning, polishing and sealing all types of granite surfaces. 

Travertine Cleaning

Polish Travertine resembles marble and you want to be sure you properly seal Travertine tile floors or Travertine countertops to protect it, especially if you have children or pets. Ask the experts at Oops! Steam Cleaning for the proper care of your Travertine tile floor.

Limestone Cleaning

If properly sealed and maintained, Limestone tile floors are guaranteed to last a long time. Call for our natural stone cleaning service in Houston and prevent stains, scratches or any damage on your Limestone tile floor.

Slate Cleaning

Slate tile floors cannot be damaged easily, but it doesn’t mean it is impossible. Don’t risk the beauty of your Slate tile floor. We offer cleaning, polishing and sealing for Slate tile. Ask the experts at Oops! Steam Cleaning for the proper care of your Slate tile floor.

Need a marble polishing service? Our certified technicians in natural stone restoration, clean and restore all kinds of stone floors such as marble and travertine. Natural stone cleaning can include polishing, honing and sealing if needed. Expert stone floor cleaners are able to proceed with any need.​

Natural Stone Cleaning FAQs

What types of natural stone does Oops! Steam Cleaning clean?

 Our certified technicians clean all types of natural stone floor and countertops such as travertine, marble, terracota, quartz, granite, mosaics, slate, sandstone, etc. 

How long will it take to have my stone floor cleaned?

 It depends on the square footage. A 10 x 10 kitchen takes about 15 minutes. If the floor needs to be stripped of the current sealant then about 30 minutes. If the floor needs to to be polished then it will take a few hours. 

How often should I have my stone floor cleaned?

 Most cleaning companies state about every 6 months to a year. It depends on the amount of traffic your floor receives. Quick daily cleaning should be accompanied by periodic deep cleaning. How often you clean your stone floor will depend on the usage. Having children and pets will require more frequent cleaning. When you can no longer get your natural stone tile any cleaner then call us so we can make it look brand new again. 

What is color seal or penetrating sealer enhancer?

  It is a solvent-based color enhancer and stain protector for interior/exterior natural stone floors. It works well on porous stones such as honed darker marble, granite, limestone, brick, slate, flagstone and saltillo tile. It is not a surface coating so it will not add shine, but it forms a vapor permeable barrier to resist water and stains while enhancing the appearance. We do offer a sealant that will add shine to your natural stone floors.  

How should I clean my natural stone floors?

 There is no better way than a steam mop. When you can no longer get your natural stone tile and grout clean enough then call us so we can make it look brand new again. 

Prepare for the Natural Stone Cleaning Service


Before technician arrives

 We ask that you remove any fragile or breakable items from the rooms being cleaned. Please have exposed areas being cleaned clear of any debris (clothing, toys, etc.) We clean exposed areas and do not move furniture unless requested and will do so at an additional cost. If there are any items and/or furniture that you would like us to clean underneath then we ask that you please have those items moved out the area being cleared prior to our visit.
Our technicians cannot move or disassemble beds or move furniture that is more than one piece i.e. dressers with mirrors attached, desk with hutches attached, etc. See more about Our technicians will not move or disconnect any electronics 

During the natural stone cleaning service


  • We ask that you put your pets in an area of your home where our work won’t disturb them.
  • We will conduct a pre-inspection of the rooms to be cleaned, noting any heavily soiled areas or traffic patterns.
  • We will explain how our natural stone cleaning process works and answer any questions you may have.
  • ​Apply sealant (at an additional cost) if requested.

After the natural stone cleaning service

 If sealant has been applied stay off of the freshly cleaned stone tile floor for at least 30 minutes and avoid any liquid on the floor for 24 hours. Return furniture and rugs to floor after 24 hours.