Stone Polishing and grout renewal
Stone Polishing and Grout Color Renew is the process we use to rejuvenate the shine on your marble, travertine, limestone, granite, and other natural stone surfaces. It is a cost effective means to renew your dull stone floors and countertops without expensive replacement and mess. Recently we polished a well-worn and tired travertine stone foyer in Brighton, MI. We’ll just let the results speak for themselves. 🙂
Here are the steps we took on this floor to make it look great.
- Placed protective equipment and taped off the walls and baseboards (we ALWAYS do this. We believe in no-mess…ever!)
- Thoroughly cleaned the stone and grout
- Made minor repairs of the grout
- Applied our Grout Color Renew to the grout lines
- Polished the floor with industrial diamonds to 3,000 grit. This floor was never “mirror shiny” when it was installed, and the client wanted it shinier than it was originally. No problem!
- Applied a penetrating sealer to the stone surface
- Buffed in the sealant
Now to replace a floor like this would have cost the client several thousand dollars, and the grout and stone would still have to be sealed to protect it after it was installed, all at an additional cost beyond the installation of the new stone.
Our price to Renew this stone floor was just a small fraction of the cost of replacement, and the stone will perform better than it was when it was brand new because the grout lines and stone are now sealed to resist water and oil-based spills. Additionally, our Grout Color Renew makes the grout lines harder than when it was merely grout, which makes them last even longer.
Our client will reap the benefits of our Stone Renew process for many years to come, and best of all she will save lots of time and worry from maintaining her stone floor now after our Stone Floor Renew. Maintaining your stone floor is as easy as sweeping and using a Swiffer once in a while!
If you’re like our client and have a stone surface that needs an overhaul, and you’re not interested in paying thousands of dollars to replace it, give us a call and we’ll be glad to help! 810.225.2184
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