Our September 2017 Stone Restoration Class is in full swing! This limited opportunity is only available to 8-10 people to guarantee a class environment conducive to learning, with plenty of hands-on opportunities for an interactive training experience. Throughout the days of each class, students receive … Continue reading MB Stone September Stone Restoration Class- Newark, NJ
Question: “My granite kitchen countertop has turned dull; it’s really hard to see the difference in the gloss with these photos, but I did the best I could. In the first photo, you’ll see a dark spot in it, which is actually a reflection of … Continue reading There are dull marks on my granite kitchen countertop. How can I remove them?
We recently found this while teaching one of our stone restoration classes and wanted to share it. The stone industry owes a lot to Maurizio, and we miss him everyday! Enjoy 🙂
Question: MB-20 left residue behind on my granite fissures. Please advise on what to do to bring back the shine while removing the residues from fissure lines. I am using a Makita and a Hogs Hair pad. Answer: I have an answer for you. The problem is … Continue reading How Do I Remove Residue Left Behind From Using MB-20 On My Granite Countertop?
Our next Stone Restoration Training Class Date has been announced: March 22 – 25, 2017 in New Jersey The seminar will span 4 days. Lunch will be provided daily from a local Italian Deli. Class will start each day at 9AM and end at 6PM. … Continue reading MB Stone Restoration Training Class March 22-25 2017 in New Jersey