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
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?
Question: Do you have a product that will clean my outdoor bench? Answer: We recommend using D/2 Solution; this will work great to clean the bench and keep it clean for awhile. This product is specially formulated to remove environmental pollution, dirt, and staining from … Continue reading Do You Have A Product That Will Clean My Outdoor Bench?
Question: The home we just moved into has a travertine shower. The tile on the floor of the shower has a white “film” over it. I assume it is etched. Do you have a product that will remove this? Or do I need a professional? … Continue reading How Do I Remove “White Film” From My Travertine Tile Floor Shower
Question: “I have a shiny black countertop in my bathroom that I’ve damaged by setting a bottle of Drano on top of it. It has left a discolored outline of the bottom of the bottle on the stone. The area is lighter than the countertop, so … Continue reading How Do I Fix Dull Marks On My Black Granite Vanity?
Basic Guidelines for Restoration of Marble Tops The following guidelines make reference to “average’ situations. This means that there is no way of establishing beforehand what the exact sequence of the various steps will be. Much will depend on the type of stone, the … Continue reading Basic Guidelines for Restoration of Marble Tops