STONE PRO – Marble Maintenance Crystallizer
Stone Pro Marble polish is designed to easily maintain the shine on polished marble and limestone. This product will harden the surface making it more durable and scratch resistant. A dry surface is mandatory to achieve the desired surface.
- Restores polish and shine to polished marble, travertine, and limestone.
- Designed for the Maintenance Professional
- Marble Polish is part of a €œSpray & Buff€ process. See Instructions below.
- For commercial and residential use.
- Not a wax!
- Increases stone density while hiding wear patterns and increasing shine.
- For Floors, Countertops, and Bath Tile.
- Requires #2 Grade Steel Wool Pad. PAD – 7075
HOW IT WORKS:
The magnesium flourosilicate in the Stone Pro Crystallizer bonds with the calcium in marble and other natural stones and forms a new crystal layer that is hard, dense, and clear, restoring the stone’s natural color and increasing brilliance. Because it is not a wax, the stone retains the ability to breath and avoids bubbling, chipping, and pealing associated with waxes. The resulting new layer does not need to be stripped like traditional waxes and is not slippery.
INSTRUCTIONS: MARBLE / TRAVERTINE / CALCIUM-BASED STONES
- Equipment Needed: Variable Speed Polisher
- Test in an inconspicuous place.
- Clean and dry surface thoroughly.
- Shake well. Shake often during use.
- Place steel wool pad (#2 grade) onto the polishers backing plate. PAD – 7075
- Apply polish by spraying three or four squirts onto a 12€X12€ area, while taking care to avoid overspray onto sensitive surfaces such as wood, glass, or metal.
- Then, buff with the polisher in a side to side motion.
- Repeat spraying and buffing until desired shine is achieved.
- For dull surfaces, more treatments will be needed to obtain the desired shine.
- After this 12€X12€ section is polished, move the machine to an adjacent area and repeat the process
- After completing the polishing, thoroughly clean the surface. Take extra care in removing any polish residue and steel wool shavings that may be left behind.
- Do not dry buff. When the marble polish is no longer wet on the surface, either stop buffing and inspect results or apply more marble polish. Also, do not over buff.
- 1000-4000 sq ft., changing steel wool every 75 to 150 sq ft.
- If the steel wool (#2 grade) is over used or an excessive amount of crystallizer is used, light colored grout joints may darken.
- For clean up, use Stone Pro Deep Clean Gel and a Tampico brush to agitate grout joints until clean.