Polishing and cleaning of marble

Why ...

Lack of gloss is the most common problem that requires polishing of the marble cladding. Over time, due to improper maintenance, corrosion and wear, small scratches, stains and others are formed.

Why different marble tiles need polishing

There are many reasons why different marble tiles need polishing.
In fact, polishing marble is one of the most universal solutions to very serious problems. The lack of gloss is usually caused by surface irregularities at the microscopic level. Polished marble has a very smooth surface and thus we have an even reflection of light in all directions. As a result of the icy surface, we perceive the cladding as clean with a beautiful aesthetic appearance.

Cleaning after polishing

Many times cleaning after polishing is neglected even by professionals.

However, cleaning after polishing is crucial to maintaining the long-term health of the marble surface. The reason for this is that the polishing process can generate a micro abrasive that mattes the treated material. Thorough cleaning is highly recommended after each polishing process.

Impregnation after polishing

The impregnation creates an upper protective layer that limits the formation of stains caused by oils or water and significantly reduces the cost of maintaining the stone subsequently. It does not form a surface layer, but penetrates into the structure of the stone without clogging it. This preserves the color, shine and beauty of the stone cladding for a long time.

You will easily recognize the impregnated stone. The drops of water do not absorb on the treated stone but remain on its surface like drops of mercury.
The impregnation of the lining prevents the formation of stains, ulcers and others.