The world of stone has always been fascinating and rich in history. From the Stone Age where everything was created with it, from the Egyptian pyramids, the Aztecs, the temples, the Roman massacres … And so marbles, granites, tuff, took life to transform into the enormous cultural heritage that makes our country so unique.
In recent years, unfortunately, the degradation processes of this immense heritage have suffered a violent acceleration due to the growing pollution phenomena.
Paradoxically, there has been a more ruinous decay in the last 50 years than in previous centuries.
So works that have remained in their splendor for thousands of years now show important signs of deterioration.
Finding solutions to defend these precious goods from environmental degradation, from the aggression of atmospheric agents, from acid rains, from moss and dirt, is now more than ever a primary necessity.
In recent decades, polymers, mainly acrylic and vinyl resins, which, contrary to expectations, have led to further deterioration of works of art, were used to provide protection and consolidation.