Our Hard Surface Restoration Company Provides Home in Madison With Top-Notch Marble and Tile Restoration Services
September 20, 2022A well-polished marble vanity top may transform a family bathroom into a classic design. However, if its surface blemishes, it might become the worst nightmare ever. A homeowner in Madison, CT, had spent weeks attempting to remove etch marks from his bathroom vanity top, but he only made it worse. The etched and discolored marble vanity and the dirty floor gave the bathroom an unhygienic and neglected appearance.
The owner did some research and found out that marble is sensitive and that attempting to clean away the stains with store-bought products would exacerbate the stains already present on the vanity top. So, he realized that the only option to save his vanity top and bathroom floors was to hire professional hard surface restoration services in Madison, CT that could restore these hard surfaces in his bathroom. He found our website in the first page results and requested an in-home evaluation by filling out the "Request a Quote" form.
Our experts arrived at his place a few days later to evaluate the state of the surfaces. They immediately noticed etching and discoloration on the vanity. The stone had lost most of its luster and looked deteriorated. Our experts also saw the state of the bathroom floor was not optimal since the grout lines were filthy. We offered our client our hard surface restoration services, and he said he was in. That same week, our experts returned to the homeowner's place to work on the vanity top and the floors.
The vanity work began cleaning the vanity with a pH-neutral, stone-safe. Our crew always does this to ensure the surfaces are spotless for the following steps of the restoration. Our experts used three progressive sets of diamond pads to hone the vanity top. The work is done with a handheld electric buffer. This removes the dull etching marks and restores a smooth, consistent satin finish. Next, they applied a marble polishing compound and polished it with an electric buffer until the original shine was fully restored. After these restoration steps, it was time to give the vanity a final cleaning and move on to the important step of applying a marble/stone sealant. Sealing the vanity top's surface makes it more resistant to water penetration and staining.
With the vanity top restored, our team began the work to clean, seal and re-color the dirty grout lines on the bathroom floor. This process starts with a detailed scrubbing of all the tile and grout to remove dirt embedded in the grout lines. After a short drying period, our technician applied our proprietary Sir Grout ColorSeal to the grout lines. It seals and recolors in one step to restore a like-new look to the grout lines from wall to wall. It also makes future grout cleaning much faster and easier for the homeowner. After a final machine buffing, the floor looked amazing.
When the client saw the results of our work, he was delighted. The vanity top had regained its previous shine, and the bathroom floor looked new. The client expressed his gratitude for our services and said he'd recommend Sir Grout Hartford to his friends.
Before we left the house, we gave the owner tips on keeping the marble surfaces always shining. Our first piece of advice was to stop using acidic or soap-based cleaners and instead use a pH-neutral product like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Because our cleaner leaves no residue on the surface after use, you can incorporate it into your daily cleaning routine to properly maintain all tile, grout, and natural stone surfaces.
Improve the appearance of your bathroom with the best hard surface restoration services. Sir Grout Hartford ensures that all your stone surfaces will look their finest. Call us at (860) 781-6480 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page to schedule a free consultation today. If you want to keep up with our latest news and promotions, subscribe to our newsletter
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