Did you know that besides of polishing or honing granite or most of natural stone surfaces you can also antique finish them ?
It also called brushed finish or leather finish. The idea behind is to create textured surface on a face of stone that would mimic wrinkled and grooved leather sheet.
In this blog the word Marble will represent most of the natural stones such as marble itself, travertine, limestone, granite and others.
After a few years of daily usage of marble shower, its surface will build up layers of soap scum, calcium deposits, mold and grime.
How did I end up with this? What am I doing wrong? Having marble shower was mistake?
I will highlight 5 Basic problems and solutions for your granite counter tops in this blog to help you and guide you to right direction.
After a few years of having granite as your kitchen counter top system you might notice some changes that took place which caught your attention and trigger your concerns.
We all know that there are wild animals and the animals live in Zoo captivity. Visually they look alike but their lifestyle is different. Regardless how much we try to build the most advanced Zoo facilities and creating alternative conditions of the wild environment there still will be tremendous amount of challenges to keep them happy and fully functional ( I need to take some of it back...some animals better of been in Zoo captivity than in the wild due to us as humans constantly abusing th
Nothing against The Kia guys but need to make a point here.
Another day I was installing small terrazzo floor sections in my shop for training and tools and equipment testing purposes.
We only restore terrazzo and that was the first time I have experienced installing one.
This distinctive red brick structure was built as a 45,000 sq ft family home for shoe manufacturer Joseph E. Tilt in 1914. The mansion originally had 14 bedrooms, 17 fireplaces, a library, ballroom, billiards room, wine cellar, and gym. The Salvation Army purchased the property in 1920 to house cadets in training. For Joseph, this building meant to represent his status of being a millionaire shoe manufacturer in the entire Chicago land. I personally would place this building into a shortlist