The name escapes me however it appears to be a material exactly like a limestone we worked on last year. The stone has almost a wood grain look to it. It was very soft and our solution to remove light scratching and etches were the spinergy pads. We started with the 1,800 grit (purple dot) pre polishing pad. Then we followed that with the 3,000 grit (blue dot) and finally finished with the 8,000 grit (Yellow dot) for a high clear shine. It's important to note that the grits on the spinergy pads does not translate from our standard resin disks etc. We sealed with Stone Tech "Bullet Proof".
American Stone Care, Inc.
This tile looks like a gray travertine. It etches and adsorbs water like limestone. When even a neutral ph product is used to scrub a spot it can leave a etch mark. Does any one have any ideas as to what it is and what could I do to fix the etch areas?Visit list archives, subscribe, unsubscribe or change your subscription preferences: http://stoneandtilepros.simplelists.com/sccpartners Start a new conversation (thread): firstname.lastname@example.org