Buffing and polishing
The new marble should always be sealed with a penetrating sealer to help prevent the appearance of scratches and cracks.
The natural stone restoration for old marble flooring includes:
- Natural stone restoring with machine;
- Natural stone surface cleaning;
- Final sealing;
For better effect, we recomend repeating the process of sealing in old marble, at least twice a year. This builds the necessary protection for preventing damages to your marble flooring. Regular natural stone restoration includes washing marble surfaces with lukewarm water and drying with a clean cloth. Unsealed marble can lose some of its luster. If the damage is minimal we will use commercial cleansers to polish marble surfaces.
Marble can also be worn of heartburn. For badly worn and excessively worn marble flooring professional polishing will be needed. Our professionals have the necessary equipment marble work and know how to use it properly.
At the begining the marble is polished and unless the porous structure are sealed it's hardly stained. Although marble is a stone that easily gets dirty, so if you spill something on it, it should be wiped up as soon as possible. Also avoid leaving glasses without stands on a marble surface because they could leave traces.
There are different types of stains that can affect the marble:
- Organic stains such as tea coffee - these spots should be soaked with a mixture of 20% peroxide and a few drops of ammonia;
- Oil-based stains - for example, oil and lotions needs attention soon after the time of contamination.
- Rust from a metal object such as a lamp or metal container;
- Acid stains, such as citrus juices or carbonated drinks - they can darken and obscure the surface very quickly.
Contact us and we'll help you with the maintenance of all marble flooring and will provide you with expert analysis of what type of recovery may require.