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Black granite mark winslow (09 Sep 2017 19:49 EDT)
Re: Black granite csantospago@gmail.com (09 Sep 2017 20:04 EDT)
Re: Black granite Mark Winslow (10 Sep 2017 15:35 EDT)
Re: Black granite csantospago@gmail.com (10 Sep 2017 16:15 EDT)
Re: Black granite Stuart Rosen (10 Sep 2017 19:00 EDT)
Re: Black granite Mark Winslow (13 Sep 2017 20:41 EDT)

Re: Black granite Mark Winslow 10 Sep 2017 15:35 EDT

Thank you for the feedback will do

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> On Sep 9, 2017, at 7:04 PM, csantospago@gmail.com wrote:
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> Absolute black honed is very easy to restore. Use 250 grit honing powder on a 5 inch or 7 inch driver with hog hair pad. After you can use enhancer to bring it darker if they prefer. Many of my clients prefer the natural dark grey look. Then they don't have to worry about the ring marks and water spots that enhancer creates.
> Only drawback to not enhancing it is every time it gets wet it will darken. Goes back to natural color when it tries though.
> Good luck,
> Chris Santospago
> Restoration by design stone
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>> On Sep 9, 2017, at 7:49 PM, mark winslow <mwinslow1960@gmail.com> wrote:
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>> I have a customer that wants her honed black granite cleaned and sealed and the high polished bar sealed only since I have never done the black honed l am wondering if dips pad would clean it and keep a honed finish?
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