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Marble & Granite Cleaners for Professional

When looking for top-quality marble granite cleaners for professionals, you do not need to look any further. This is because we will mention some of the best ones here for your convenience, and then you will truly have the peace of mind that you will have the right product for the project you need to tackle. 1 MB Stone Pro Care Essentials Kit You will surely have the necessary elements you require when you get the MB Stone Pro Care Essentials Kit. This kit will allow you to perform heavy-duty cleaning as well as spot treatments whenever the need arises....

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How to Clean Marble Surfaces

Perhaps you are wondering about how to clean marble surfaces. If that is the case, you will find that this article is easy to understand with valuable insights that are beneficial if you implement them when you need to clean your various marble surfaces. 1 Choose a cleaner that is suitable for daily use. If you are the type of person who loves to clean all the time, you will want to use a product designed to be used on a regular daily basis when it comes to cleaning your various marble surfaces. Be mindful that you should never use...

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Basic Guidelines for Three-step Restoration Procedure for Polished Stone Floors (Part 1)

Read Part 2Read Part 3 Please note that these guidelines refer to "average" situations only. It implies that you cannot establish the precise sequence of different steps beforehand. The exact actions depend upon several factors, including stone and situational factors such as: The type of stone The make of the diamond pads The kind of machines available The severity of possible etches The depth of the scratch patterns Please always keep in mind that these guidelines are not rigid like stones because professionalism and experience are the most critical factors in a restoration procedure. Three-step Procedure: Grinding Marble Floors -...

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Basic Guidelines for Three-step Restoration Procedure for Polished Stone Floors (Part 2)

Read Part 1Read Part 3 2nd Step: Honing Resin-Bond Diamond Pads You can mainly use a 100/120 grit resin-bond honing diamond pad. But it depends on what scratch patterns the de-lippage tools have left behind. Sometimes 100 Grit may still leave heavy scratch patterns, and you may need a further de-lippage cut with 200 Grit before resin bond honing. Several factors will influence the outcome of honing. They include the type of machine used and its weight, work patterns of the grinding phase, and of course, the stone type. Hence, we suggest testing a small area before honing the whole...

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Cultured Marble ~ The Facts

What is cultured marble?  Cultured marble is a synthetic product made by mixing marble dust with resins and pigments. The resulting product looks like natural marble and can be molded into whatever shape is needed. The process uses marble dust that might otherwise be dumped, so it is a form of recycling. As a synthetic product, cultured marble is more versatile than natural marble as it can be molded easily. The product surface can be either shiny or matt. It can be used wherever natural marble might be found. How is cultured marble made?  The manufacturing process involves combining marble...

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