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Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) in the form of the mineral calcite. It most commonly forms in clear, warm, shallow marine waters. It is usually an organic sedimentary rock that forms from the accumulation of shell, coral, and algal debris. It can also be a chemical sedimentary rock formed by the precipitation of calcium carbonate from lake or ocean water.

While it is often used in wall panel and furniture accent surfaces, it is on occasion used for countertops. Primarily vanity or table countertop surfaces.  Limestone is not a recommended surface for kitchen countertops as it is extremely soft, porous and highly prone to chemical attach from common household products, such as Lemon Juice, Vinegar, Soda. Staining from food acids and oils. 

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