A counter or vanity can be made of Marble, Granite, Travertine, Onyx, or Limestone – just to name a few. The stone counter restoration process varies by the type of stone and the final finish that is desired, whether polished or honed.
Simply cleaning and polishing the marble will not remove wear or etches, (which are “spill” marks caused by acidic liquids coming into contact with the floor). To remove these, the stone must be restored by bringing it “down” to remove the damage, then back up in order for it to take a polish. (It’s a similar idea as restoring damaged wood furniture, except instead of various grits of sandpaper, various grits of diamonds are used.)
Below are the three steps involved in our Pittsburgh Stone Counter Restoration service: