Semi Shine Finish Black Absolute Granite Counter
Granite polishing is usually done with an abrasive tool, it gradually move from a grinding tool with large grains to a tool with a smaller grains.
Ideally, to get a full gloss on granite, you need to have a set of quality tools and work experience. But sometimes for various reasons the desired degree of shine can not be achieved. In such case the chemistry can be helpful. To bring granite to best gloss, there are many solutions, mainly having in their composition oxides of various metals. It can be oxides of tin, lead, chromium, aluminum, cerium, zirconium, etc.
In recent years, several technologies have been developed, including, in addition to the mentioned substances, also various waxes, acids and dust from stainless steel.
Combining those methods, depending of granite type and color, you can achieve a very high degree of brilliance and color depth.
In some sources, it is also proposed to add special dye pigments to the polishing mixture, which should further improve the result. This applies mainly to black granite.
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