A Marble Bathroom in Fairfield, Connecticut Was Left Impeccable After a Honing and Polishing Service
June 15, 2016
Stone is one of the most breathtaking materials. It can turn your home into a place your neighbors and friends admire and even envy! Nevertheless, high traffic areas like bathrooms can become etched and dull with time and use. That was exactly our homeowner's problem. Time had done its damage, and now he had a marble bathroom with water stains, etches, and a dirty, dull appearance. He had tried different products, but they seemed to have worsened the situation. The negative results had made him frustrated. His best friend, seeing his desperation, went online and browsed the web for Fairfield marble honing and polishing
professional services and found Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County among the first options.
As soon as the homeowner received the link for Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County's Fairfield marble honing and polishing jobs, he started his research. After he saw the testimonials, he felt confident about the company. The customer contacted Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County to ask for the service and arranged an appointment to receive a free evaluation from our team of experts in his home. They said his bathroom needed a complete cleaning, honing, and polishing job to revive the marble. Honing a marble surface will remove etches and other marks that take away your marble surfaces' shine and charm. In addition, polishing brings back the natural buff and glow to marble.
It is important to mention that marble needs specific maintenance to keep its natural beauty in top condition. Most people use incorrect cleaning products and techniques, damaging the surface. Sealing stone surfaces like marble is necessary to prevent scratches, stains, and moisture permeation. Most cleaning products contain acids that damage marble surfaces, making them look dull and etched. Consequently, only proven quality, stone-safe products can guarantee a nice, enduring look for your marble surfaces.
They proceeded to clean the marble first. They applied a pH-neutral, soap-free cleaner to avoid leaving any residue that might attract dirt to the tile surface. After, they scrubbed the marble with a high-speed vertical scrubber. At that moment, the stone was ready for the honing and polishing part of the service. Our trained Fairfield marble honing and polishing professionals got the best results by using stone-safe products. Their treatment was as gentle as if they were polishing a gemstone, which was the actual conception the homeowner had of his marble bathroom.
When our team finished their job, it was time for the reveal. The homeowner sighed in relief and called his best friend to thank him for the recommendation. He was speechless at the sight of the flawless marble bathroom he now had. He had mentioned that he was expecting good results, but they had gone above and beyond. He thanked everybody on the team while appreciating his bathroom.
At Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County, we think of our customers as family. It is important for us to give recommendations to homeowners in order to preserve the results for as long as possible. Tom Lindberg, Sir Grout co-founder and Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County's owner says to this respect that he would rather offer long lasting results than force the client to hire his services every year. He asserts that this is the base of his company's reputation.
Following this policy, our experts gave some tips to the homeowner. They explained there are some things the client can do on his own that do not require calling an expert so often. For example, keeping the marble surface as dry as possible to prevent soap-scum formation, avoiding abrasive cleaners and sponges, and last, but not least, mop cleaning the marble tiles at least once a week to avoid walking on dirt, which can result in scratches.
If you have a stone surface and it needs a honing and polishing job, we are the right choice for you. Contact us by calling (203) 702-4896
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