Restoration stonework is an epitome of quality and professionalism in classic marble restoration. They showed up on time, protect their work environment, worked diligently and finished early than I had planned. They left the working area clean and sparkling. I'd highly recommend them.

 

Regards,

Gina

• Quartzite Counter Tops - Using stone scrub to remove surface residues. Using a micro fiber cloth wipe down top with acetone. Fill slight nick on top. Fill Seam in front of sink with tinted knife grade acrylic. Saturate top with sealer design for natural stone. Wipe off access and power buff top. • Master Bathroom – Floor - Use diamond abrasives to remove scratches and etch marks. Polish to a high gloss. Vanity Top – Polish with abrasive polishing compound to try and remove etch marks (water spots) Use various color art marks to try and hide scratches around faucet. The scratches are noticeable because they are white. The objecting is to make the scratches the same color as rest of the stone. Lock in colors from the art markers with a darkening enhancer sealer. If needed fill scratch with a clear adhesive. Shower walls - Us an abrasive polishing compound to remove light etch marks, surface residue and polish to a glossy finish. Shower Floor – scrub with a hydrogen peroxide based cleaner to deep clean tiles and grout lines. • Powder Room Floor - Us diamond abrasives to remove scratches and etch marks. Polish to a glossy finish. • 2nd Bathroom - Shower walls - Us an abrasive polishing compound to remove light etch marks, surface residue and polish to a glossy finish. Floor – Use diamond abrasives to remove scratches and etch marks. Polish to a high gloss. • Limestone Foyer – Polish with an abrasive polishing compound to remove surface reside, light etching and improve overall gloss and clarity. • Rinse • Neutralize • Apply sealer design for natural stone