Concrete Polishing!

Concrete polishing is not one step but a number of processes that involves step by step techniques and a variety of tools that can get the top-notch results without usage of harsh chemicals.

Most of the polishing processes is often related to the sanding wood method where the wood is rubbed with sand paper for the concrete surfaces are grinded with abrasives segmented with diamond for offering the highest level of smoothness and shine. Similar to the process of sanding wood where you proceed from abrasives with smaller sized grits to coarser grits. The final result of the process is mirror-like appearance.

Marble Pro’s Polishing & Restoration provides dry and wet methods of concrete polishing process. Each of the methods has their own advantages. The industries, nowadays, mostly use the dry polishing method as it is convenient, faster to offer results and friendlier with environment. On the other hand, water is used in the wet concrete polishing method. Abrasives of diamonds are cooled and grinding dusts are confiscated with the use of water. It works as a lubricant and reduces the amount of friction to enhance the durability of polishing abrasives. The only disadvantage of using the wet method is cleaning after the polishing process whereas in the dry method, we use a system such as the dust containment where it vacuums the mess.

Here is how Marble Pro’s Polishing & Restoration team takes up this job to make it a successful one. We, at first remove the coatings that exist on the concrete floor. For this, we make use of tools which has diamond abrasives of 16-grit or 20-grit. These gritting are specifically aggressive in nature to confiscate rigid coatings. In the next step we seal the joints and cracks with semi-robust grout or epoxy filler followed with the grinding process where we use series of diamond bonded with metal grits such as 30-grit, 40-grit, 80-grit and 150-grit.

Later, the team of Marble Pro’s Polishing & Restoration works on the concrete with a chemical hardener to leave it for densification. The surface is then polished with 100-grit, 200-grit, 400-grit and 800-grit diamond bonded with resin. If you need a perfect mirror looking floor, we finish the concrete polishing process with a diamond bonded with resin that has 1500-grits to 3000-grits. Moreover, we even help you to apply a protection guard over the concrete to avoid absorption of stains. This also offers easy maintenance in future.

Concrete polishing is a job that requires various techniques and skills. We, at Marble Pro’s Polishing & Restoration, have an expertise in this sector for over a decade now. Our seamless dedication in completing each project can be judged with the series of positive testimonials that our team has received.

For more information on the services that we offer, contact us via email or call us on the phone numbers and fill us in with your requirements. You can also fill the quick enquiry form and mention the requisites. Our team will come up with a free quote and the necessary processes that will perfectly fit in your monetary window.