RESTORATION

We specialise in removing different types of surface damages on natural stones and restoring the physical appearance of the stone to achieve the desired final ‘look’ our clients want.

Beauty and taste is subjective to each individual but it is our artistic craft to provide our clients a result worthy of awe and in accordance to their specific design

1. Acid Etch Mark

Acid etch marks easily form on natural stones, an innocent spill of wine, lemon juice, or other acidic beverage can quickly result in a dull and undesired altered appearance.

Through a systematic restoration process we can return any natural or engineered stones with acid etch marks to the desired result of our clients.

2. Efflorescence

Salts are left behind as water evaporates and form as crystalline deposits on your natural stones having a white and chalky physical characteristic.

We will assess the extent of the formation and cause, then provide a suitable solution removing all the efflorescence to resurface the beautiful appearance of the natural stone.

3. Limescale

Limescale deposits form as a white and hard chalky substance caused by naturally occurring minerals that are build-up when hard water evaporates.
We will assess the extent of the formation and cause, then provide a suitable solution removing all the limescale to resurface the beautiful appearance of the natural stone.

4. Scratches

Our restoration techniques remove any surface scratches through grinding and sharpening the stone’s surface and then to achieve the finished result of your choice our Stone Care Technicians will hone or polish to match with matte or gloss finishes

5. Organic Staining

Natural stones are a porous material, if poorly sealed liquids can penetrate the pores and leave a stain beneath the surface.

Dependent on the extent of the stain and whether it has left etch marks, a deep cleaning or light restoration solution will be determined and the original condition of the stone can be returned to its natural beauty.