Polishing is difficult to define. A natural stone surface can be shiny, but that does not make it polished. A polished surface is defined by multiple visual cues. There is no current industry standard to define a true polish, so what follows is the Stone Restoration Works standard that we hold ourselves to.
So to determine the level of polish you have on your floor ask yourself: How much detail can I see, at what distance in the reflection is that detail and how wide of an angle must I take from a light source to see anything at all?
The tighter the angle, the more detail one can see at a father depth into the reflection, the higher the quality of the polish.
Our techniques are the same ones that have been used by Italian Master for centuries. We service all types of natural stones and concrete. Our process is free of corrosive acids and chemicals.
We use a proven five-step process to turn back the clock on your stone, extending its life and keeping it as beautiful as it can possibly be for as long as possible.