Lannon stone is a type of limestone known for its light coloring and unique surface. As a porous stone, it requires a particular level of care when cleaning. Doing daily maintenance by wiping up any spills and regularly dusting can reduce the accumulation of dirt and grime.
Make sure to follow the specific directions that come with your cleaning solution if they differ. Scrub the stone to remove any stubborn dirt. When the 15 minutes are up, take out your scrub brush or sponge and begin to rub in tight circles over the stone surface.
Do your best to get into all of the natural cracks and crannies on the stone. Scrub the entire area evenly or you may end up with one spot appearing lighter/cleaner than the others. A variety of scrubbers will work well, but many people suggest using a standard scrub brush with nylon bristles.
Rinse off with clean water. Find a bucket and fill it up with fresh water. Dip a rag or sponge into the water and apply it to the surface of the stone. Your goal is to rinse off all of the chemical residue and any dirt that you loosened by scrubbing earlier.
If you are cleaning lannon floors, then use a clean mop pad for this step. Dry off with clean towels. Gather up some clean microfiber towels and apply them to the stone surface. Move them around until all of the moisture is removed.