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Causes of stone disease


Causes of stone disease: improper material selection; improper operation.
(1) Chemical factors cause "disease":
Rust, rust, yellowing, wet marks, water spots, water stains, white bloom, alkali efflorescence, salt precipitation, gloss loss, color sticking, fading, daily chemical pollution, industrial product pollution, protective agent pollution, powdering, cracks, color spots, installation pollution, color change, lime, erosion, etc.
(2) Physical factors cause "disease":
Wet marks, water stains, alkali efflorescence, oil spots, salt precipitation, gloss loss, color sticking, frost damage, cracks, warping, installation damage, installation glue pollution, industrial product pollution, protective agent pollution, daily product pollution, peeling, etc.
(3) Biological factors cause "disease":
Yellowing of straw rope, packaging color, gloss loss, wind erosion, animal and plant damage, daily product pollution (oil spots), moss, lichen, epiphyte, etc.
Note: Stone disease is sometimes the result of one factor, but more often it is the result of several factors working together.
Stone "disease" defects can be eliminated by combining repair, bonding, maintenance and renovation.