The Process of Stone Floor Restoration
The reason why you might have chosen stone and marble is due to its visual appeal the first time you saw it since it has a luxurious overture and it exhibits a unique pattern. But despite how great or strong the material may be the wear-and-tear of time and its frequent use can dull its attractiveness and its charisma. If you restore them to their original state then that is the only time that you can be dazzled by it again.
Your flooring has specific needs and the specific stone to be restored determines how it is to be restored. Restoration can be as simple as thorough cleaning and polishing only, or as complex as crack and scratch repair, finishing, or grinding, and maintenance.
There are several items to consider in determining which type of floor restoration is needed. Deadened appearance can only be cause by dirt, dust and slime that causes the luster and the sheen of the surface to grow lifeless and dismal. This type can be restored by thorough cleaning so that you can beautify and restore it once again.
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When grout begins to wear or starts to stain, this can also add up enormously to its overall appeal since it repels that sweeping glamour to the entire floor area. Unlike stone, grout is not as dirt and stain resistant. So this also need touch up service to help put it back to how it looked like when it has been newly installed.
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When there are small cracks and scratches on the floor, it give room to collect dust and dirt, and it would soon look like mini grouts spread all over the floor. This condition not only affects the gloss of the stone but adversely affects its appearance and looks since they are more absorbent than grouts. The way to restore your floor to its perfect and pristine condition is through grinding and refinishing it.
When the presence of both the wear and tear of grout, small cracks and scratches is not the problem, your stone restoration provider can directly proceed to polish your stone after a thorough cleaning. But polishing should also take on after the more complex restoration due to those two other problems mentioned above. Polishing can really boost the aesthetic appeal of your floor and that is why it has to be performed routinely after the stone floor has been reconditioned to its original form.
Sealing is the last leg in any stone flooring restoration. It does not only help to preserve and protect your entire flooring space including the grout from a broad range of elements that can penetrate or hold in surface of your entire flooring, this includes dyes, polyester resins, epoxy resins, oil, water, etc. Sealing can also reduce the amount of work you put into cleaning and maintaining your stone flooring.