There are many reasons that it’s best for homeowners and business owners to turn to the professionals for polishing stone flooring, but one of the most important is that we have the knowledge. For example, you may assume that it’s important to use a product to polish stone. After all, you use polish when you’re polishing wood or silver.
The truth is that you do not want to use a product. Using any type of wax or polish can actually make things worse, as they can add layers of surface buildup. This obscures the natural look of your stone and can result in it collecting dust and dirt faster. The answer instead is having the right equipment. Keep reading to find out more about this polishing process and then contact Fuller Stone Care at 855-205-0972 to learn more.
Professional stone polishing is a process
The process of stone polishing can do a lot more for your stone than you may realize. First, it can get rid of stains, dull sports, scratches, and etch marks. If there is any buildup on your stone from previous waxes or surface treatments, we’ll get rid of that. We can then restore the original glossy finish of your natural stone. This can brighten the entire room your stone is in. Finally, we’ll tighten the surface pores of your stone to make future cleaning and maintenance easier.
Our polishing process is unique
We tailor our stone polishing services to each and every client. We will do what’s necessary to repair and restore your stone, while also helping to give it a lasting shine. This generally involves a three-step polishing process:
- Grinding. This helps us get rid of surface stains, etch marks, and scratches. We use the right diamond abrasive compound for your particular stone, and our special dustless process ensures that the results are even and that we never miss low corners as other companies might.
- Polishing. We use a uniquely formulated nano abrasive compound to polish your stone to a high-gloss or honed finish, depending on the type of stone and your preferences. The result is a stone that looks as good – if not better – than it did when it was installed.
- Preventative care. After grinding and polishing your natural stone, we may recommend ongoing services that will help it maintain its shine. One example would be to add a treatment that can prevent mildew or algae from growing, or sealing stones that are particularly porous, like marble.
Now is the time to get your free quote
If you’re ready to learn more about your options in natural stone polishing then we’re ready to work with you. The first step is to contact Fuller Stone Care at 855-205-0972 for a free quote. We will take the type of stone, its condition, and its needs into consideration. Once we’ve gotten your stone in its best condition, we will recommend ongoing services that may be helpful for you. Now is the time to contact us for a quote.