Travertine can become dull over time as it is one of the softer natural stones available to purchase in shops. Also due to its honey comb structure, travertine can become pitted, holes can appear and even tiles can crack. This can look very unsightly and can also give you a sinking feeling, as you may be thinking your once gorgeous and very expensive floor is ruined and needs to be ripped up. Luckily for you, this is not the case. All areas of travertine can be easily fixed, from filling holes to repairing cracks and then polishing the travertine floor back to its wonderful high shine like when the floor was first laid. Below is a common sight where the factory fills in travertine have popped out. This can be due to foot abrasion and general wear, or underfloor heating can be a big player in holes and cracks appearing in your Tavertine floor. These can be very easily fixed with a stone...