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Marble Grinding

Marble Grinding

Marble has extensive use primarily in the modern kitchen furnishes but requires extensive care to avoid etching and stains. There are a lot of stains that are related to kitchen operation there included is dullness and stains which should be brushed off with a white cloth to avoid them sipping to the marbles stone core. In case of such stains, they should brush off with plenty of clean water and little soap and then dried appropriately. In case there is a need to clean more in-depth, it is recommended not to use products that contain vinegar or lemon as such substance can make the stain or dullness to escalate. Products such as those that include hydrofluoric acid contained in the commercial rust removers may attack the very marble the user needs to protect.

To avoid numerous cases that require marble gridding, products that are offered in the market for clean and shine should also be avoided: such products contain wax and oil which don’t go well with marble. Those who have a stone that contains limestone in their design should avoid products that have polyurethanes or acrylic, and they should never mix a bleaching agent and ammonia as such products result in a toxic gas that may deteriorate the marble. If the marble is sealed, it is recommended that the user follow the instructions in the seal to the later.

The process of marble grinding

In case if new stains in your kitchen Geova stone solution can help in removal of food stain and water stain or other stains that may be on the surface or embodied in the marble rock itself. For food particles, our company removes the stains using a special dry cloth and leaves the surface as clean as new. For stains that are organic, it requires that we use other solutions such as those developed from ammonia and hydrogen proxied. For those stains that are from cooking oil or other oils, the company uses baking soda or water and at times, for those stubborn stains, ammonia can be used to eradicate such stains for good.

Our specialists do not just mix solvents anyhow, and this is because some chemicals are enemies of the marble and as such, there needs to be someone with extensive knowledge of the solvents. For instance, for organic stains such as algae, one cup of ammonia is enough to remove the stains before grinding. Bleach should not be mixed with hydrogen peroxide for removal of ink stains; such paints can be removed effectively through the use of hydrogen peroxide only. For smoke stains, there should be an application of commercial stain removers such as poultice that is mixed with suitable absorbent materials to form a paste that is used with the cleaning material after the surface is gridded accordingly. Different absorbent materials include kaolin, ground chalk, talc and others which the commercial industry offers in the market. All in all, before marble gridding commences, there need to be other ways considered for cleaning the marble surfaces as grinding is at times costly.