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Brushed black Granite Tony Deluna (28 Feb 2018 14:38 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Kevin L. Hudson (28 Feb 2018 15:01 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Tony Deluna (28 Feb 2018 15:15 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Ace Siler (28 Feb 2018 15:20 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Tony Deluna (28 Feb 2018 15:30 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Fred Hueston (28 Feb 2018 17:27 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Tony Deluna (28 Feb 2018 19:11 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Stuart Rosen (28 Feb 2018 20:05 EST)
Re: Brushed black Granite Kevin L. Hudson (01 Mar 2018 01:10 EST)

Re: Brushed black Granite Kevin L. Hudson 28 Feb 2018 15:01 EST

Tony,
I think brushes will do the trick! I would test it first to make sure you replicate the finish. Are you going to color enhance to get the color back?

Kevin L. Hudson
N-Motion Stone and Tile Restoration
klhudson@atlantastoneandtilecare.com
(678) 662-0110

> On Feb 28, 2018, at 2:38 PM, Tony Deluna <tndeluna@gmail.com> wrote:
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> Hey pros,
> does anyone know how to remove Ager from black brushed granite?
> Some contractor left Ager wet on the surface to dry overnight.
>
> We use methylene chloride which removed all the excess residue.
> Then Powder honed with 60 grit.
> Then honed with black strip pads.
> The lighter spots are where the Ager didn’t soak in.
> We’re going to try Diamond brushing soon as my technician gets my brushes here.
>
> What do you think?
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