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Part 2 of what can be a huge Perfect Marble 2 (25 May 2014 20:02 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Kevin Hudson (25 May 2014 20:32 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Perfect Marble 2 (26 May 2014 07:05 EDT)
RE: Part 2 of what can be a huge John Freitag (27 May 2014 09:29 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Stuart Young (27 May 2014 10:20 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Baird Standish (27 May 2014 11:40 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Perfect Marble 2 (01 Jun 2014 16:49 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Stu Rosen (01 Jun 2014 18:36 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Perfect Marble 2 (01 Jun 2014 19:44 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Baird Standish (01 Jun 2014 20:22 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Stu Rosen (01 Jun 2014 20:51 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge bairdstandish@gmail.com (02 Jun 2014 10:24 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Stu Rosen (02 Jun 2014 12:41 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Baird Standish (02 Jun 2014 14:35 EDT)
Re: Part 2 of what can be a huge Stu Rosen (02 Jun 2014 18:16 EDT)
RE: Part 2 of what can be a huge John Freitag (02 Jun 2014 20:03 EDT)
RE: Part 2 of what can be a huge John Freitag (02 Jun 2014 20:03 EDT)

RE: Part 2 of what can be a huge John Freitag 27 May 2014 09:29 EDT

Dayron,

I agree with Kevin, the only way you can deliver any finish would be with a
coating.  I would use Richard James TK6 mat finish, then go one more step
and finish the TK 6 with StoneLoc from Richard James Chemical. This will
give the surface a hard finish that will hold up better than anything else
and still be a mat finish.

John E Freitag
Director
The Stone & Tile School
Office 407-567-7652
Cell 407-615-0134
jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com

www.thestoneandtileschool.com

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No coating client wants matte finish

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Dayron Padilla
Perfect Marble

> On May 25, 2014, at 8:32 PM, Kevin Hudson <klhudson16@comcast.net> wrote:
>
> 1st question is there a coating on the floor? I would probably clean the
floor with an alkaline base stripper and then apply a topical coating like
Richard James TK-6 or something comparable depending on what the customer
desires.
>
> Kevin
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>> On May 25, 2014, at 8:02 PM, Perfect Marble 2
<dayron.padilla13@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I want to thank all of you for your input on the grout on the fountain.
Next project for this same property, they have a hallway with terra cotta
floors, problem is deliveries are made here and it is all scratched up.
>> 1) Can anything be done with this terra cotta
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