The first step is protecting the walls and baseboards and any surface that could even get a drop of unwanted water or cleaning product on it. This very important step is the one most cleaners today totally skip. We never take short cuts when it comes to keeping your home looking great. Some jobs…Details
Another pain-staking day of marble restoration. Progressing quite nicely, but not done yet!
This photo is from the end of the workday. The floor has just been mopped, so that’s why it appears shiny, even though it has a nice, smooth, flat surface when dry.
Tomorrow we will get to the actual polishing!
The Downtown Pittsburgh Macy’s store is not only very old, but it’s been changed many times throughout the years. Here’s the history on this particular location: This area on the second floor was at one time a retail area, later a dental office, then a mass storage area… until last month, when it was converted…Details
Keeping your Stone looking its best the longest Natural stone, is porous and will have a certain level of absorbency. Polished stone has much less absorbency than a honed or flat stone. But with stone it does mean that dirt can penetrated the surface and leave stains. By protecting and correctly maintaining the surface, the majority of…Details
1. Keep your Marble floor looking Great Quick Tip: Toilet bowl cleaner. What a nightmare it can cause for your marble. The first thing you need to do is toss out all of your liquid toilet bowl cleaners. Now that you have done that, go buy a powder cleaner like comet (comet works great and…Details
There are so many beautiful marble floors in Pittsburgh! Whether it’s the South Hills, North Hills, Fox Chapel, or New Kensington. Today we were in Moon Township, polishing a beautiful sandy-colored marble with hints of pink. This collage shows the 5-step process of polishing, using different diamond grits to take out scratches and bring the…Details