Granite Polishing, Sealing And Repairing
If you read the directions carefully and follow them closely, you should experience remarkable results. Because the majority of the expense is in the labor to do the job rather than in the polishing material, there is significant savings in doing the work yourself!
Some folks will look at a dense slab of granite in their kitchen or bathroom and wonder why anybody would need to clean, polish, or seal a granite countertop. Granite also has a texture and a density that is highly-resistant to deterioration over time. In addition, any cleaning products that are vinegar- or bleach-based may also be a detriment to the appearance of your granite surfaces. By regularly cleaning, polishing, and sealing your granite countertops, you’ll be ridding them of surface spills and build-up that may contribute to discoloration over time. Your granite countertops and surfaces should give you a lifetime of beautiful service in your kitchen or bathroom (or both!
We repair cracks and chips, remove topical coatings and stains, and can also determine whether your granite needs to be sealed to protect it from staining. We can remove granite floor stains and topical coatings that only detract from the beauty of your granite floors and seal your granite with a high-quality impregnating sealer that will give you years of stain protection. One of the reasons this is possible is the quality of the premium granite polishing products available.
Before applying this sealer, clean the countertops and give them plenty of time to dry to ensure the best adhesion. Granite is a popular material for countertops, due to the fact that it is dense, strong, and highly-resistant to cracking and chipping. The enemies of granite countertops and granite surfaces include any substance or liquid that is high in acid content. Lastly, you don’t want to place anything that’s hot off the stove or out of the oven directly on your granite countertop.
When selecting a granite cleaner or polish, make sure you look for ones that are specifically designed to safely clean stone counter-tops, vanities, and table tops with a non-abrasive formula.
If you read the directions carefully and follow them closely, you should experience remarkable results. Because the majority of the expense is in the labor to do the job rather than in the polishing material, there is significant savings in doing the work yourself!Some folks will look...Subscriber Stone Restoration Blog