A sedimentary rock formed by the accumulation of organic remains such as shells and coral, limestone consists mainly of calcium carbonate. Look no further than the Cliffs of Normandy and the Rock of Gibraltar to see its grandeur. In the home, limestone turns floors, walls and counters into natural works of art. It's been used as a traditional building material in Europe for centuries because of its inherent beauty.
Jerusalem Antique Gold L782 contain deposits of minerals and iron, that may react to moisture. Stone bleeding or rusting is a common example of this. These stones should not be used in installations where they would exposed to standing, run off water or too much humidity. A sealer is strongly recommended but will not prevent the chemical reaction from happening. Please contact your sealer manufacturer for information about products than can protect the stone from moisture exposure.
White thin-set or mortar is recommended for Jerusalem Antique Gold L782, Jurastone Beige L711, and Jurastone Gray L712.
A sealer is recommended. (Note: Some limestones and tumbled stone should be sealed prior to grouting.)
Might contain dry seams, pits, fossils and glass veins that are filled at the factory or during installation. These voids can sometimes lose their fillings and should be refilled as part of normal maintenance.