all these suggestions are good, however I would add one thing..TEST before you commit to the entire job.
AdamThere are colored tints available thru Eastern Marble. Ask Stu. He turned me on to them. I think he is I'n class until tomorrow though.
On Oct 6, 2011, at 1:32 AM, "Mike Marsoun" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I would find a suitable spinflex or twister pad and even then (if you are going to a 400 or less hone) you still run a risk. Pre seal, or pre wet your sections before starting. I would stay away from powders on this one.
Sent via BlackBerry® from TelstraFrom: Info Info <email@example.com>Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 23:13:45 -0500To: Restoration and Maintenance<firstname.lastname@example.org>ReplyTo: "Restoration and Maintenance" <email@example.com>Subject: [sccpartners] Keeping black grout black durring limestone restorationPartners,Next week we will be honing dark gray limestone with black grout lines and I must keep the grout as black as possible. We will finish with color enhancer but I can't tell if that will enhance the grout color to the original black. I was thinking about adding some kind of dye to the honing powder. Is this a good idea? What do you recommend and where can I get it?Adam BartosBiO Tile