Polishing Floors

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Natural stone floor tiles have been used since always. With the passage of time have appeared more sophisticated pavements since started to use soils of limestone composition using for this purpose the noble compact metamorphic rocks. The ancient Greece and Rome used marbles and Granites as a symbol of distinction and opulence. Over time appeared the terrazzo and concrete or cement floor tiles. Today all of these materials are used in the construction of houses and buildings. The only thing that must be taken into account that its surface is porous, which are very exposed to external factors that can damage your consistency.

Once placed, is therefore essential an aftertreatment of this type of flooring to suit the use to which they have been assigned and its subsequent periodic maintenance in order to guarantee them optimal conditions of use. The pavement of stone once positioned should be polished. Polishing means the recess of its surface so that all the tiles are equal, remove burrs, eyebrows, drop-offs and damage that have arisen in the process of placement of soil. The result is final process grinding into a homogeneous surface, level, but deprived of this spectacular brightness that distinguishes the stone pavements. To achieve the effect mirror must proceed with its Polish, which is a process of polishing after. The process of polishing floors also applies to old soils and punished by frequent or improper use that its surface has deteriorated.

Lowering a few millimeters of soil lets us remove deep scratches, cracks, chipped and remove stains from fluids that have penetrated into the pores of the stone causing a colorless or stains impossible to remove with cleaners. Grinding of old soil returns to soils of stone its perfect finish and rejuvenates the surface restoring its original color lost with the passage of time.

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