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Polishing powder, waxing, recrystallization. Which method is the best for stone protection?
To obtain high-gloss mirror-like stone floors, the above methods are used. They are: polishing the crystals of natural stone with polishing powder, waxing or applying a coating on the stone surface, which can be natural or synthetic The wax; acrylic, urethane and epoxy or recrystallized flooring.
Many maintenance workers know that after a short period of time, the original luster of the stone will be scratched. When the stone is constantly rubbed, it will lose the ability to reflect light. Therefore, it loses its luster. What maintenance workers seek is fast/easy/safe and maximum A cost-effective way to refurbish the stone and restore the original natural luster.
Decide which method is best:
First of all, you must understand the advantages and disadvantages of each. Understand that the stone is a porous surface, and the pores of the stone allow the stone to breathe and circulate moisture in the air. If the pores become blocked, the moisture will be blocked inside the stone. When moisture tries Disperse, it will form pressure and often appear dark. Eventually the stone will crack and fall off.
Waxing is divided into three layers: bottom wax/surface wax/polishing wax.
Advantages: easy to use, protect the stone from staining/friction. Disadvantages: wax blocks the pores of the stone, the stone cannot breathe, and it is difficult to clean and maintain. Over time, the stone and wax layer will turn yellow/easy to be worn/unnatural gloss (surface Dim)/easy to absorb dust. Remove the wax layer every 1-3 months, re-wax and polish, and require a lot of manual maintenance every day.
Natural gloss / anti-slip / waterproof / anti-fouling effects. Make the pores breathable. No need to use every day. Long cycle, less materials, save labor. Improve work efficiency. Easy to work management.