Polishing Powders & Creams

Polishing Powders & Creams

Polishing Powders & Creams

Polishing Your Stone Can Bring The Shine And Gloss Back To Its Surface

Stone can become scratched or lose luster over time.

The surface can usually be restored with a series of diamond abrasives, then a final polishing compound or powder. Due to the involved nature of a complete restoration, most worn stone surfaces can be dramatically improved with a simple process (usually one step) to improve the finish without the use of diamond abrasives. With the exception of acid etching, the surface can be restored to an acceptable finish for a fraction of the cost. As with any surface refinishing, there are multiple types of different stone types and conditions. 

Contact your stone restoration expert at Regent for advice on which product is best for your application. Do not use any products on a floor unless it is made for that application. Polished stone can be very slippery and can become worse with products not made to be used on floors.

Polishing Powders & Creams

Polishing Your Stone Can Bring The Shine And Gloss Back To Its Surface

Stone can become scratched or lose luster over time.

The surface can usually be restored with a series of diamond abrasives, then a final polishing compound or powder. Due to the involved nature of a complete restoration, most worn stone surfaces can be dramatically improved with a simple process (usually one step) to improve the finish without the use of diamond abrasives. With the exception of acid etching, the surface can be restored to an acceptable finish for a fraction of the cost. As with any surface refinishing, there are multiple types of different stone types and conditions. 

Contact your stone restoration expert at Regent for advice on which product is best for your application. Do not use any products on a floor unless it is made for that application. Polished stone can be very slippery and can become worse with products not made to be used on floors.
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