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The Best Stone Polishing Services Recovered the Shine of This Bathroom Vanity in Nashville

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May 02, 2022

Because of its durability and beauty, marble is one of the most preferred materials for bathroom vanities. This long-lasting natural stone comes in a wide range of patterns, colors, and textures. The majority of people like a polished finish for their marble surfaces, but they frequently miss the fact that polished marble requires regular upkeep to maintain its shiny appearance.

Marble Vanity Top Before and After Our Stone Polishing in Nashville, TN
A homeowner in Nashville, TN, had a brown Emperador marble vanity in her bathroom. When the surface was first installed, it shined like new, but she saw that the natural stone gradually lost its luster over time. Frustrated, she instructed the housekeeper to try restoring the vanity's former luster with store-bought cleaning items. Regrettably, this simply made things worse. The surface became etched and discolored. After some thought, the homeowner decided to enlist the help of professionals. She looked for Nashville Stone Polishing services on the Internet and found us in the first page of search results. She contacted us to schedule a free in-home consultation after seeing the before and after picture gallery of a few vanity restoration jobs we had previously done.

Our professionals came to the client's home a few days later to evaluate the vanity. Our specialists noticed that the marble surface was not shiny as it once was. The stone surface had etched and discolored. When the homeowner was asked about her cleaning methods, she acknowledged using CLR, which ruined the finish of the surface. Our team was now able to better understand why the surface was the way it was.

When marble is polished, the surface is very flat and uniform which makes it reflect light like a mirror. But because marble is composed of the soft mineral calcite, it is sensitive to acid damage and scratches. Once the surface is damaged through acid etching or scratching, it is no longer smooth like a mirror. Due to the rougher texture, light is scattered in different directions which makes the stone look dull.

The consequences of employing the incorrect cleaner were devastating until Sir Grout Nashville came to the rescue. To restore the marble vanity, our experts offered a stone polishing multi-step procedure to the homeowner. We also offered to apply our unique sealer to the vanity. The client approved the offer and set a deadline for the project.

Our crew returned to the client's home a few days later to begin the restoration. They cleaned the surface completely with a pH-neutral, stone-safe cleaner. This cleaner also has properties that help to keep mold and mildew at bay. The vanity was then honed with a low grit diamond pad to eliminate all of the etch traces, and to even out the surface, they gradually increased the grit.

The marble surface needed to be polished next. To do so, our pros refinished the stone using a low-speed buffer until it recovered its luster. Our experts completed the service by applying our proprietary sealant to the vanity. Our sealant protects any hard surface against liquid, cosmetics, dirt, and other external agents.

When the job was finished, our crew showed the results to the homeowner. She was pleased with how clean her vanity had turned out. The marble had regained its bright and shiny appearance. She complimented our experts on their work and said she would recommend Sir Grout Nashville to her sister.

Before leaving, our specialists gave the customer some advice on how to keep the natural stone surface in good shape. They recommended avoiding using acidic cleaners and homemade recipes. Instead, they suggested cleaning the countertop once a week with Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner, which is pH-neutral, soap-free, and stone-safe. This product will also help extend the sealant's life. To avoid stains and scratches, our experts also recommended cleaning away excess moisture and dirt. They also stressed the need for proper maintenance. The easiest approach to avoid significant damage and excessive costs is to hire professionals.

Regular maintenance is essential if you want to keep your natural stone looking beautiful. We have the appropriate tools and expertise at Sir Grout Nashville to ensure the well-being of your natural stone surfaces. For a free in-home consultation, call (615) 649-6767 or fill out our "Request a Quote" form. Don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter if you want to stay up to speed on our latest news and promotions.

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