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The problem you may be having with 5X is making sure you have
the right 5X powder and you are using it properly. There is a timing and a
method for using 5X that I can guarantee will produce the results. The first
thing you need is the correct 5Xpowder. This can be purchased from StoneCare
Central . Then once you have the powder then you need to know how to use it and
how much powder to use per section of floor you are polishing. These process
are all taught at The Stone and Tile School.
During our training we will teach you how to polish using 5X on
25 different marbles and a timing process that will tell you exactly how long
it takes to hone and polish these stones.
If I can be of any assistance please advise
John E. Freitag
The Stone and Tile School
In my experience all powders work differently for everyone.
My competitor works with 5x which I have never been able to get good results
from while he loves it. I use the stone medic brand which he dislikes. Use your
powder and if you get good results stick with it for most jobs. But always have
a few others for when the time comes as it won't work on every stone. Cremo
Marfil is an easy one to pop a shine, but that same powder may give you less
results on other colors
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On 2009-09-19, at 3:05 PM, Austin Willis <email@example.com> wrote:
Hello everyone, I am curious to see what everyone prefers using when powder polishing crema marfil. I have a small 400sq' job that they want me to clean up some etching and restore the polish. I used a small amount of polishing compound from hardrock tools on a small area and it came out amazing while cleaning up the etching. This job could potential turn into a 10Ksq' job so I am hoping to do the best I can. Thank you in advance for any help provided!
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