STONE REFINISHING / RESURFACING

The process of returning the original appearance of the damaged floor is quite expensive and very laborious. This requires a great deal of practical experience and utmost attention. It is best not to bring the stone floor to the emergency state. But still, cases where the stone floor needs to be restored, occur. What do you need to do?
First, the floor must be sanded, and then polished. Before embarking on regrinding, it is necessary to find out if this procedure was performed for the floor earlier. If the floor has previously been sanded, then it has a flat surface, and if not, then it will surely have some roughness. In order to achieve a uniform gloss, such a floor must first be leveled. Alignment is done by coarse grinding, this allows you to simultaneously remove scratches up to 3 mm in depth. Then the floor is restored by grinding with a smaller abrasive. After that, proceed to the primary polishing, after which there is a small gloss.
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The final stage of the restoration of the stone floor is a method of chemical polishing. It is produced by applying to the floors a chemically active compound, which is rubbed into the stone with great effort using a polishing machine. During friction of the brushes on the floor surface, the composition heats up and comes into contact with the stone. In this process, there is a shallow melting of the stone, as a result of which its pores are blocked. As a result, the floor becomes resistant to dirt and has a mirror finish. It is rather difficult to make chemical polishing of a floor from multi-colored marble. Because the stones from different deposits react differently to the actions of polishing compositions and it is rather difficult to get a uniform gloss. Only top class professionals can handle this task.

STONE REFINISHING / RESURFACING

The process of returning the original appearance of the damaged floor is quite expensive