Cultured Marble Polishing
Cultured marble has higher durability than natural marble, and its water and stain resistance properties make it great for indoor use. Cultured marble is made from plastic material, shiny and waterproof stone found on sinks, bathtubs, showers, kitchen tables, etc.
The uses of this marble are mainly in the commercial service sector, where you find the marble on counter tops and shower stalls.
Which is the better type of marble?
The two kinds of marble have different applications, as they have different looks. No marble is comparable to the other, because they do not have the same uses. For water and stains resistance, there is the cultured marble, and it’s well used for commercial and heavy duty functions. For aesthetic purpose the natural marble is the best, as it has its unique pattern and color.
How can I get scratches off my cultured marble?
When this marble gets damaged, or gets scratches, it can appear very dull, and not reflect as it should. This tends to somehow reflect on your mood, and by looking at it you might just end up feeling dull. Polishing or buffing should take care of this lack of luster, if you do it the right way.
The best way to get rid of the scratches would be sanding using a very fine sand paper, or a hand held sander. When you are done with all these, you should apply some wax polish, then rub it in with a piece of dry cloth or sander.
Contact us if you have any questions about cultured marble restoration.https://www.marble-restoration.com/cultured-marble/Marble