You may not have honed to a high enough grit or just over polished it because, from what I can see in the pictures, it appears to have "orange peeling".  Generally after it is already burnt, you have to re-hone to get a polish where you can see detail in the reflection.  To figure out how far down to re-hone i would test a small area.  There have been stones where I just used the last grit I worked with and spent a little more time and it worked because the stone was soft enough, where others I needed to go down and work my way back up again.  This is just my opinion based on what I think I see in the pictures.

Lorne Greenberg
Fabra Cleen
"Getting all the dirt since 1949"
212-777-4040, 718-776-3564

On Sun, Oct 6, 2013 at 11:38 PM, Hector Castillo <> wrote:

How did you do the work step by step?



Hector Castillo


From: Freddie DeJesus []
Sent: Sunday, October 06, 2013 7:41 PM

To: Stone and Tile PROS Technical Support
Subject: [sccpartners] How do I get the best polish on this floor?


Hi to everyone,


I need help! Does anyone know how to polish this floor better than what I did? There are 4 different types of stones that polish out different do each other. How do I get all stones to polish out with the same detailed reflection?



Wilfredo DeJesus

Elite Flooring Inc.