Blue Moon Stone Care provides restorative floor cleaning, honing, and polishing of all types of stone a concrete floors. We utilize specialized equipment and sheer know-how to return floors to their natural appeal.
Blue Moon utilizes wet and dry polishing techniques and tools to ensure a superior result for our client. We start with a thorough analysis of your stone's current condition. Then we put our tools and expertise to work.
According to Webster's dictionary, the word, "hone", means "to sharpen or smooth with a whetsone". Since the beginning of time, hunters and craftsmen have utilized sharper stones to carve, sharpen, smooth, and shine softer stones using the process of honing.
In our industry, honing is a precise undertaking using an abrasive (usually a diamond abrasive) to change the finish of the surface of something. We use the terms: sand, grind, diamond grind, and diamond polish; many times in place of “hone.” We use the word, "hone" to express to our clients and customers a level of shine that will be delivered on their stone's surface, most commonly a floor. As restorers we deliver a matte, satin, or polished finish. All of these finishes are a level of hone.
Over time, foods, sauces, and beverages can cause damage to stone that must be professionally honed or polished out.
Blue Moon can remove etching in floors and countertops caused by acidic elements like wine, citrus, and other elements.
Noticing an uneven or dull look to your stone or concrete floor or countertop? Blue Moon can make it shine and make you love it again
Each step taken by Blue Moon to restore stone is carefully calculated to produce the very best results. At the end of the day, our technicians are craftsmen who possess unique skills and specialized training. Call us today at 800-503-3585 or 818-968-6423.
Rust forms on stone usually when something corrosive has been left in contact with it. For example, a metal stand, pot, tool, plaque, or some other item which, when wet, can cause rust to form on stone in liquid form. After the water has evaporated, the acids remain and begin to infuse deep into stone's porous capillaries.
Removing rust often involve the use of solvents or chemicals strong enough to re-liquify rust, and then extract it from the stone's pours. Oftentimes multiple treatments are necessary in order to achieve desired results. Protective gear is always recommended.
The stone care business has evolved over the years, and there are more options available to the stone-buying public when it comes to floor care. Carpet cleaning companies have especially entered the business recently since they already had some knowledge of the chemicals used (acids and bases) needed to clean textiles. However, natural stone does not respond the same as carpet, and usually requires stone-specific techniques and tools in order to maximize results. Not all carpet cleaning companies have the training and certification needed to properly assess and treat stone. Plus, many of the tools and techniques used a decade ago are simply no longer applicable or effective today, and mistakes can be costly.
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Quality in everything we do.
Service with a focus on principles.
Reach out to us with any questions you might have. Or simply call us to schedule an appointment at 800-503-3585. Or locally at 818-968-6423.
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