grinding and polishing this type of tile can be challenging especially if the tile has a high glaze. It may be difficult to blend it into the factory finish.. It takes time and my advice would be to walk away.
Hi Stu,I have used National Chemical Labs Ceramic tile restoration cream many times to great effect. the process used to be two step involving two grades of powder, but this is a one step process. just squeeze the cream into the area with a little water and polish to dry for about a minute (similar to MB-12 but takes less time). Use a weighed floor machine (but weight doesn't need to be severe). Below are some before and after pix.BairdOn Jul 1, 2009, at 7:16 PM, stuart rosen 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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