- Prepare the floor for flattening. This part of restoration involves lippage removal or flattening. It consists of grinding and levelling the floor. This step removes all ledges, roughness and brings flatness to marble floors. Also, it can remove the deepest scratches and stains.
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- Hone the floor. Honing is smoothening the marble floor with industrial diamonds, which brings up more shine to the marble. Honing will also remove scratches, stains and give a more uniform appearance.
- Polish the floor. Polishing gives a semi-shining or shining effect to the marble floor. Polishing is done by industrial diamonds, but smaller graded, than the ones used while honing.
- Crystallise the floor. Crystallisation is a method of marble floor finishing. It brings “mirrors like '' shine by chemical application on the surface of marble. Crystallisation also creates a coating of microfilm on the surface of the marble, and helps to preserve the colour and the brightness of the marble. Unsealed Marble is a semi porous material that can collect dirt and grime, as well as staining easily when liquids are spilled. Using a sealant, the pores of the stone are sealed thus shielding the surface from damage.
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