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Blog Posts About Vanity Tops

Welcome to the Vanity Tops category for the Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County Blog. Here you'll find blog posts related to stone and tile vanity tops that we've restored. See the amazing transformations with the included before and after pictures. Feel free to share and leave your comments.

Published July 25, 2017

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Before and After Picture of Stone Polishing Service in Stamford, Connecticut Soapstone Makeover: See How This Bathroom Changed After a Stone Polishing Service in Stamford, Connecticut

The elegant and antique touch soapstone gives to any room isn't easily matched. It's a silky and soft natural rock that is durable, non-porous, chemically neutral—resistant to acid substances—, and makes for a great choice to use in kitchens or bathrooms.

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Published June 24, 2015

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Elegance Restored to a Fairfield Homeowner's Emperador Marble Vanity Top and Bathroom Floor

Our services were recently requested at the home of a Fairfield resident who wasn't too happy with the look of the marble vanity top in her bathroom. When first installed, it added a dash of elegance to the visual appeal of her bathroom.

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Published May 26, 2015

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Etch Mark-Victimized Stone Countertop in Greenwich, CT, Makes a Full Recovery

A common misconception many people have when unattractive markings show up on the stone surfaces in their homes, primarily on their floors or countertops, is that the damage was caused by water, when in reality it was caused by etching.

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