The porcelain has no glaze and maybe they will want to use some type of topical in the future .But for now they want the abrasion removed and the porcelain to match the majority of the floor that isnt worn.It is a very active condo in nyc with distinct worn areas from the front door to the elevator banks and front desk. The color of the porcelain is white.
Does it have a glaze on the tile? Or is it a like the fake marble looking porcelain?
Alex corrected me and let me know not to use the A-1 stuff on the floor because it will cause a slippery issue. (He used it on the walls to get rid of the pencil marks.)
He said you can apply MB-7 (Polish Preserve) let it haze, buff off with a hogs hair however it would be easier with a steel wool pad (but he said test the steel wool first to make sure it doesn't leave a dark mark on the tile or grout first.)
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 7:52 PM, stuart rosen <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks Georgia-That would be good.I am concerned that I will need to use diamonds to remove the abrasion and want to see which ones are best to use on this material to bring it back to factoryOn Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 7:25 PM, Georgia Rivera <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There is a tile polishing product in Stonecare Central that is a nice one. There have been times where Alex has used a mid grade polishing compound used for car detailing on porcelain before and it really came out beautiful. There is also this other product we like that helped us get pencil marks out which is called A-1 (Not the steak sauce) I can grab the bottle and see if I can find the web site for them if you want.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 7:16 PM, stuart rosen <email@example.com> wrote:
I have an inquiry on 1000 sq ft of white polished porcelain that has wear in the trafficked areas.There is varied lippage but not severe. Has anyone had any experience working with this material and refinishing it to match the areas that are still factory.
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