You might want to consider using honing powders so you dont flatten the pillowing.  test is a small area and see how it looks.

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 10:00 PM, Roger Konarski <> wrote:

I’m biding on a job restoring pillow limestone. The pillow edging on this tile is not as severe as I have worked on other jobs. I was thinking about using 120 /220/400 then 5X with a Tampico Brush in traffic areas. 220 / 400 5X is non traffic areas. This stone is in a lobby of a condo high rise. Appreciate any feedback on my thought process to restoring the stone. Plus suggestions on what would you charge?

See attached pictures! 

My next question is do you think going forward that they could maintain the stone with MB 8 and MB 10.



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