Seems like your procedure is good - just consider the absorbancy of the stone. You may not be able to color-enhance seal it right after scrubbing w soap and water. You may need to wait a day or two for it to dry out for the floor to evenly take the sealer. Plan for that possibly.

Devin Vance
Classic Marble Restoration, Inc.

On Jun 29, 2011 7:51 PM, "Baird Standish" <> wrote:
> Hi,
> We are working on about 560 sf of a flamed rough reddish granite floor. 3/4
> of the floor is exterior with steps and 1/4 is indoors. The granite is part
> of the lobby of a highrise apartment building. We are stripping an
> extremely thick coating off of the floor. We will, at the end of the process
> clean and then apply an impregnating color enhancing sealer. This way they
> will have a beautiful floor that is easy to maintain without dealing with a
> coating that is going to fall apart.
> The jog is on the expensive side for the management so they asked us to
> provide a maintenance plan as part of the package. I would think that the
> only thing I would really need to do on a monthly basis is clean with a
> neutral cleaner and reapply the impregnating color-enhancing sealer where it
> has evaporated or washed out. Anyone out there have experience with this
> type of maintenance? Thanks. Below is a picture of the floor stripped of
> the coating and a little test square color-sealed to show the differ.
> [image: granite pic.jpg]
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