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  • Can marble be polished?
    While it is possible to renovate a polished marble counter into a honed surface, or vice versa, the job involves skill, experience, and special equipment—in other words, it's best to leave this job to our professional team. with the proper machine and expertise.
  • Is there a special grout for marble?
    There are primarily two types of grout for natural stone, further divided into subtypes of grout. Both cementitious and epoxy grout are suitable for marble with some precautions. Cementitious grout is by far the most common option for natural stone.
  • Can you Regrout over old grout to change color?
    There are two ways you can change the color of your grout. You can either remove the old and replace it with new, or you can dye your existing grout. The latter will only work if you currently have light grout and you want to dye it darker.
  • When should you refinish marble?
    Polishing can reduce the degree to which natural stones such as marble can absorb stains, and can also improve the appearance of the stone and leave it looking like new. So if you want to maintain the superb look and shine of your marble stone then polishing them now and then is a must. We bring marble back to life!
  • Is it cheaper to Regrout or retile?
    It is less expensive to regrout your tiled surface than to retile it all.
  • Can I use vinegar on marble?
    Since marble is such a soft natural stone, acidic cleaning products can etch and damage the sealant that protects the stone. Try to avoid acidic limescale removers, lemon, vinegar, or citrus-based soaps to clean a marble tile shower.
  • Should I use sanded or unsanded grout for marble tile?
    Our professional opinion is to use unsanded grout when working with a soft, smooth, polished tile like limestone or marble since abrasive sanded grout will likely scratch its surface. Nevertheless, every project is different and so is every grout job.
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