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Grout Color Sealing

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The best way to seal grout because it coats the grout and makes it far less absorbent. This makes the grout look new and helps prevent most staining. Color sealers are designed to match original grout color.

Grinding

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Utilizing the toughest abrasives to sand away a measurable amount of stone. This step would be used to even out high tiles and is a separate process from our standard finishing services. Sometimes this step is also used to sand away a coating on the stone provided the installation is even.

Etching

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When an acidic solution comes in contact with the stone, a dull spot is the result. The acid “eats” the stone leaving dullness, or etching behind. Penetrating sealers help to reduce severity of etches, but cannot eliminate them. Depending on acidity, some liquids can etch immediately, such as wine, where milder acidic solutions may not etch with proper penetrating sealing.

Enhancer Sealers

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Designed to penetrate and change the stone appearance to a darker, or “wet” look. Overapplied, this type of sealer can result in a coating.

Deep scratches or gauges 

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Any scratch white in color implies a deep scratch that cannot be buffed out using our standard abrasive procedure. Heavy grits, such as a diamond disc, would be needed to remove enough stone layers to even out the scratch. Replacement of the affected stone is often the best option.

Custom Abrasive Process 

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We use several different abrasive processes developed specifically for cleaning all types of natural stone. Custom abrasive processes are used for finishing Travertine, Marble and Limestone, as well as all the standard methods available in the world for finishing stone.

Acidic Spills

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Will cause etching on the stone surface resulting in a dull spot. Acids dissolve tiny particles of stone.