Bring Back your Marble as new1
Marble cleaning services has two distinct process. One of them is marble crystallization and other is polishing. It will guide you the different procedure by inspecting the condition of your floor surface. For high gloss finish , use progressively higher grit of industrial diamond discs for removing scratches from the previous disc and then you should apply a buffing or crystallization procedure for creating the desired gloss.
In the process of marble crystallization, heat of friction helps give the marble surface more shine. The crystallization process will never make a build up on surfaces, like waxing. Crystallization also helps to create a slip-resistant surface. Crystallization is the result of the chemical reaction on the surface of the marble. The crystallization process provides a high gloss finish on the marble surface. Crystallization also creates microfilm on the surface of the marble, which is more solid and durable and helps to preserve the color and the brightness of the marble. Crystallization is a very good method for regular marble maintenance.
Polishing gives semi-shining or shining effect to the marble floor. Polishing is done by industrial diamonds, but smaller grade than honing. For marble floors in good condition a polishing can be enough to bring back the shine. Some stains can penetrate completely through the marble that grinding or honing will not able to remove stain complete, in this case should be used both ways for stain removal.
SCRATCH AND STAIN REMOVAL
Did you accidentally scratch your marble or your old marble has thousands of micro scratches and dull spots? Do you want to bring back the original appearance to your marble surface? We’re able to remove scratches from most surfaces of granite, marble, limestone etc… and restore surface to original look. Many scratches can be removed by polishing with medium or high grit industrial diamond abrasives. Stains at most cases can be removed by a process known as poultice.The liquid cleaner or chemical will draw out the stain into the absorbent material. Poultice procedures may have to be repeated to thoroughly remove a stain, but some stains may never be completely removed. If the poultice doesn’t work, honing or grinding the surface down to a fresh layer of marble and then polishing may help to remove the stain.