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Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Even though they may be professionals in the business, an estimated 1 out of 3 property managers don’t understand the difference between waxing and professional polishing.
Wax gets into the grout lines and does not allow vapors to ventilate. Moisture can get trapped and produces oxidation or other damage, like staining, and if not stripped thoroughly, leaves a white crusty look in the grout lines.
Furthermore – the edges near walls and other tall areas, attract dust, pollution, and airborne particles to walls (like gravity in “Cosmos”), thus landing eventually on (or in) the wax residue left by incomplete stripping at the edges.
The vast majority of professional managers now polish naturally, environmentally friendly and green.
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
Sungloss Marble Restoration Company has been serving Chicagoland for over 20 years, in the business of natural stone restoration. We’ve served our clients’ needs anywhere from in Federal building or condominium and hotel lobbies, private residences, or construction sites, to name a few. Our customers include homeowners, banks, businesses, developers, villages, or even State or Federal agencies.
Our customers in the Chicagoland suburbs of Evanston, Oakbrook, Wilmette, Riverforest, and Northbrook will be happy to know, we are running a special from now until August 16th: any customer of these Chicagoland suburbs who contracts with Sungloss and then fills out the paper (or online) Customer Satisfaction Survey will receive a free 1 liter bottle of P24 Neutral Rinseless Stone Cleaner! P24 is our highest-recommended cleaning-maintenance product for all natural stone, and it has been a best-seller ever since we’ve been in business.
If you are new to Sungloss Marble Restoration Company, or even if you are a returning customer, we hope you think of us when choosing a marble restoration contractor. We work very hard to satisfy our customers whether they need natural stone polishing, cleaning, honing, or sealing.