I would hone the interior up to 400 or 800 then 5X allow to dry overnight and then crystallize.


 Or if it is cement based you could hone to 220 apply the concrete densifler  then hone 400 , 800  and allow to dry over night then crystallize .




John E Freitag


The Stone & Tile School

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From: Jason Francis [mailto:jfrancis@marbleglow.com]
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2012 11:11 AM
To: Restoration and Maintenance
Subject: [sccpartners] Epoxy and Cementious Terrazzo


Hi everyone,

I have a 4700 SF new terrazzo job in a modern home, and want to bounce my ideas.


1700SF is exterior, exposed to elements white cement terrazzo ....I was just going to clean this up with 100grit resin, densify, and maybe 200 resin. I wasn't thinking not to seal. I did a sample and this seemed to look good, as they want a low hone.



Interior is white epoxy terrazzo. I was going to bring to 800 and light crystallize. Sample looked good. I know many, including myself, put coatings, acrylics, and sealers on terrazzo after diamonds, but it seems like this route looks better to me; and will be less maintenance. Do any agree?






Marble Glow
Jason Francis
Sales / Lead Stone Pro
333 Norton Road
Red Hook, NY 12571
845-208-8289 office
845-704-1654 fax






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