Taking care of your home or workspace requires intense labor. Wooden
floors and table need day-to-day polishing, not to mention waxing and
dusting. Marble floors need extra care. Why so? You don’t use just any
polishing tool and product to keep it in tiptop shape. Instead you have
to use special marble polishing pads to keep it looking shiny and
Marble is a stone softer than granite. It is about as hard as feldspar,
limestone, and soapstone. To polish it, you must use polishers that are
gentler than regular stone polishers such as diamond abrasives. What
marble needs is something like ceramic polishing, which is accomplished
by using marble polishing pads.
Marble polishing pads can be used on marble floors or tiles in two
effective ways. One is the dry way, and the other is the wet way. Wet
and dry polishing kits are usually available in the marble polishing
stores. These kits include polishing tools, abrasives, how-to videos,
and polishing products.
Depending on the type of work or surface you will do, there are many
specifications of marble polishing pads that are available. Flexible
polishing pads are for polishing surfaces of stone that are uneven. You
need these when you polish sculptures, column, and other oddly shaped
marble works. Buff pads are for making your surfaces shine, and
floor-polishing pads are for floors.
Usually companies that specialize in marble polishing pads have other
offers in the market for you. Marble polishing is in line with ceramic
polishing, as well as ceramic calibrating, ceramic cutting and ceramic
squaring. Some companies also offer the same jobs for composite
Whether you wish to make your home or workspace look good or simply
clean, marble polishing pads are available not just for beautification,
but to make your marble last a lifetime…or maybe longer.