Re: [sccpartners] Basalt Randy Frye 31 Oct 2011 11:15 EDT
Hope this makes sense. I do a sampled area until the customer accept it,
just like you did in the beginning. Have an arsenal of option to try before
you start, then work the floor letting the floor tell you its response. Then
after each step ask the client what they think. But most of this will be
accomplished by working the floor,having your products at hand, of course
your clients presents. I have spent 1.5 hrs doing a sample before client
makes up their mind and accepts the look.
I personally in this situation would as mentioned before go to the 400s Ask
the client if its looking close to what they want, if it is then maybe apply
a light application of your color enhancer.
On 10/31/11 8:56 AM, "email@example.com"
> I have been working on a project for the last couple months. Client had
> basalt shipped unfinished and installed in his new home. They have 3,500
> sqft. on main floor. We were hired to finish on site. At first they wanted
> stone brought to 200 finish and color enhansed. After our initial cut they
> fell in love with the lighter gray color and asked us to change the finish
> to exclude the color enhanser. Now that we have brought the whole floor up
> to 200 and sealed (and cabinets/appliances etc. have been set) they are
> not quite loving the color they have. Their question and mine, Is there a
> color enhanser that will not darken the stone to black, like the example I
> did with the StoneTech enhanser? Each pass with the diamonds darkens the
> stone a degree. I'm open to suggestions. Should I reccomend one more pass
> up to 400 to change the shade a little? Is there anything out there that
> will slightly alter the shade of the stone? I look forward to your input.
> Thanks in advance.
> 46 delippage disk
> 70 grit metal
> 100 grit hybrid
> 200 grit resin
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