However, could it be buffed or polished in some way to make the entire countertop smooth and reflective in a uniform manner or is this not entirely possible with some granites with mica and other formations in the stone?

The color will fade in the sun as any enhancer will do over time, but the sealing properties will remain.

I know the installers put a sealer on the countertop which is mostly smooth and reflective.

I never offer a warranty on sealer for flooring, only granite counters, not marble or limestone etc.





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However, could it be buffed or polished in some way to make the entire countertop smooth and reflective in a uniform manner or is this not entirely possible with some granites with mica and other formations in the stone?The color will fade in the sun as any enhancer...