This lovely marble floor in Colchester had taken a lot of traffic wear, making it dull in the traffic areas. The lippage was not too bad over the floor, so I dod not need to grind the floor before honing.
I started by diamond-honed the floor to remove the surface scratches and prepare the floor for polishing. Then polished the marble to a beautiful finish with marble polishing powder.
I used an impregnating sealer to help protect the floor from spills and aid cleaning.
Finally explained that the seal would not protect the floor from abrasive wear. So the traffic areas would need polishing again in a couple of years.
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