> A general contractor I have worked with in the past asked me to look at a
> black absolute teller line (those huge counters in the bank the tellers
> stand behind). The stone looks dull, abraded, in some spots and fine in
> (6 month old installation). I cant tell if the stone was doctored or
> The are evaluating their options,(I am helping them evaluate ...). I
> crystalizing with dark polishing powder which helped somewhat but did not
> solve the problem. There are still areas where there is dullness etc.
> Obviously a full restoration is preferred but they might not go for the
> Is there any topical that anyone knows of that can "even out" or mask
> inconsistent spots?? The bank is pissed and the contractor wants to deal
> with this quickly and move on. How did I get caught in the middle ??
> Paul Bunis
> Xtremeclean Tile - Boston Stone Restoration
> Specialty Stone Care
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There was a time when I would walk if my clients had issues with Black
Absolute. No more. I agree with the advice given by our experts but would
like to offer another alternative. Akemi has developed a NEW liquid
polish for marble and granite that work like a charm. (not crystalizer!)
We took a piece of black marble, poured acid on it and burned it bad. The
Akemi rep., using ONLY this polish- 4-5 applications, polished the burn
right out of the marble. I could not believe my eyes. If you have trouble
locating this product give me a call. Good luck.
Ron Moore, President
American Stone Care, Inc.
16458 Lone Oak Place
Hamilton, VA. 20158