I explained this happened because the original finish had not been completely removed and the new sealer had reacted with the residues.
I used a solvent sealer remover to remove all traces of the old Travertine sealer. It took a number of applications to completely remove all the old sealer.
Then I filled a few of the deeper holes to make cleaning easier.
Finally, I applied several coats of water-based film-forming sealer to give a hard-wearing finish.
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