Marble Table Top Prone to Etch Damage
Homeowners in Philadelphia contacted us to apply StoneGuard® to their new marble dining table. They purchased the table, knowing it would be consistently exposed to acidic substances, such as wine, orange juice, and tomato sauce, that could cause etch damage. They wanted to be proactive in protecting the polished marble finish against etching, as well as scratches, stains, and high heat, and keeping the table top looking brand new all the time without professional refinishing.
StoneGuard® Application Prep and Application Process
First, we cleaned the top with StoneGuard® Surfectant cleaner, warm water, and a microfiber towel.
Here’s how we applied the StoneGuard®. We measured and cut the material to exacting specifications before applying. Once the material was applied and edges were trimmed, we painstakingly removed excess water and air bubbles with successively harder squeegees. Finally, we gave the surface a thorough inspection and sealed the edges.
The homeowners were very pleased with the end result.
To learn more, visit our StoneGuard® page.