What are the processes involved in marble polishing :
In-depth Cleaning using maintenance-free Cleaner
Marble has the tendency to absorb all the acidic and alkaline substances that forms a layer on the surface and eventually spoils it. The first step for marble polishing is a comprehensive cleaning of the marble surface with a pH Neutral Cleaner. During this step, all the excess acid and alkaline are removed and the pores of the marble are opened preparing it for more thorough and deeper cleaning.
Spot Polishing with Diamond Powder
After the deep cleaning, the marble surface is spot polished and honed with the diamond abrasives in areas where the scratches and stains are still prevalent. Some scratches and stains are stubborn and are not removed in one go so they need to be given some extra attention. Our experts make sure your marble surface is spotless and gets its inner glow by the end of this step. The surface is once again cleaned using the pH neutral detergent to remove the acids from the polishing material.
Polishing with Diamond Abrasives
As marble itself is very hard; it needs to be cleaned with something even harder than itself to bring out its shine. We apply a mix of diamond powder with crystalline micro-abrasives on the surface and using a specialized marble polishing machine we buff the surface to bring out the stone’s radiant shine and remove all the starches and stains.
Sealant to Prevent Stains and Spills
Select this option to seal the marble surface after polishing to protect the gloss and shine it has got after the polishing and also protecting it from future stains and spills. The natural of marble is porous like a sponge and it is super easy for spills to get in and stain it. Even water can spoil your marble. With this option, you will have an additional layer of protection to make cleaning it easier.