I would use the Cheetah puck system 1 through 4 and the 11000 great monkey pad with a little bit of black or white granite polishing powder depending upon what color the stone is. Doing it this way should work out fine for you. If not use a little bit of crystallization with some granite powder.

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-------- Original message --------
From: Barry Raduta <barry@diamondstoneandtilecare.com>
Date: 12/21/2015 1:09 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: Restoration and Maintenance <sccpartners@stoneandtilepros.com>
Subject: Marble granite mixture

Hi Partners,
First of all, I wish all of you a great Holiday season and a very prosperous New Year.  Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.  I am bidding on a large marble restoration project.  In the middle of the floor is a 25 foot circle that is mostly marble, but there is a fair amount of blue granite.  The combination of light marble, rosa marble and blue granite forms the head of a tiger and the stones are placed in an irregular pattern and very close to one another.  In other words, it is almost impossible to tape off the granite or use a hand machine on the marble (or granite).  It has to be done as one surface.  I am thinking of using my cheetah pucks, steps 1-4 and then the 11k monkey pad.
Stu, if you are out there, tell me how to use the MB polishes to achieve a great result!!!
Sorry, no photo, but if I had one you would see what I described above.


Thank You,
Barry V Raduta
Diamond Stone & Tile Care-South
Stone & Tile Pros

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