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Enriched Jamb on Slate Fireplace

Curved engravings on a black slate surface were cleaned, polished, and enhanced. more...

Shower Threshold Replacement

The picture shows the marble shower and saddle parts before repair. The shower had mold on the floor and soiled grout. Removed old shower saddle for replacement. The old shower threshold was removed and the new pieces more...

Brightening Rusty Stains On Marble (With No Poultice)

Marble has pores and is thus permeable, so it is easy to leave a rust stain and often impossible to remove the stains, especially on such white marble. We were able to brighten them to less obtrusive shade. more...

Cook top Cutout Hole in Granite

The hole in the granite countertop just cut is ready for installing a gas cooktop. more...

Falling Out Shower Tile Removal

Many times our bathrooms, shower rooms, steam room, or wet room – whatever you term it needs an overhauling renovation, especially for those tiled surfaces that keep on coming out. Our specialized tile resetting more...

Moldiness on Shower Floor Grout Removal

Picture of molded marble shower floor. Mold has black color and located on the grout at the corner of shower. The mold looks like just began to grow, it’s best time to remove it as it still has no deep roots in more...

White Glass Tub Top after Re Caulking

The gap between the wall and tub can be narrow or wide. If the gap is not too wide, it is better and easier to use acrylic caulk. Insert the tube into a caulk gun and gently, in one step, fill the gap along the entire more...

Wax Coat Flaking off on Countertop. Peeling Off

Did you not take proper care of your marble countertop? Did your stone’s original shine is replaced with dull wax build-up? Were you unable to bring back your amazing stone to its original beauty? Did not more...

Chip On White Table Edge. Color Matching

Matching the color of a chip on a marble coffee table edge can be done using several methods. Here are some steps you can follow: 1. Clean the chip and the surrounding area: Use acetone or spirit to clean the chip and more...

Yellowing On Shower Floor after Removal

To remove or reduce yellowing on a shower floor, you will need the following materials: 1. White vinegar 2. Baking soda 3. Soft brush or sponge 4. Water 5. Clean cloth or towel Here are some steps to remove yellowing on more...

Yellowing on Shower Mosaic Floor

Yellowing on a shower mosaic floor can be caused by several factors: 1. Hard water stains: If the water in your area has a high mineral content, it can leave behind hard water stains on your shower mosaic floor, which more...

Fixed Cracks in Ubatuba Granite Floor Tiles

Ubatuba Granite is a dark green or black granite with specks of gold, brown, and green, and it is commonly used for flooring due to its durability and natural beauty. If cracks occur in Ubatuba Granite floor tiles and more...

White Marble Gouge On Table Edge

If you have a white marble gouge or scratch on the edge of a table, here are some steps you can follow to potentially repair or minimize the damage: 1. Clean the area: Begin by cleaning the area around the gouge with more...

Post Construction Dirt on Bathroom Floor

Post-construction dirt on a bathroom floor can be frustrating to deal with, but there are steps you can take to clean it effectively. Here are some tips to clean post-construction dirt from a bathroom floor: – Be more...

Stain Removed from White Countertop

Removal of organic stains such as coffee, tea, tobacco, bark, leaves, tar, and urine. Such stains may have a pinkish color. If they are outdoors they can be washed out with rain and brightened by sunlight, but if more...

Brown Stains after Chemical Treatment/Removal

Some general information and suggestions for dealing with brown stains on a marble shower floor slab: 1. Identify the source of the stain: Brown stains on marble can be caused by various factors such as rust, hard water more...

Brown/Rusty Stains on Shower Floor Slab

It should be noted that sometimes marble floor damage occurs at a chemical level. Even when washing floors with special cleaners, you inevitably harm the marble floor. Even spilled body oil, hair dye, shampoo, hand more...

Unknown Stain on White Marble Countertop

Here’s a general guide on how to attempt to remove an unknown stain from a white countertop. Materials you may need: – Clean, white cloth or sponge – Mild dish soap or all-purpose cleaner – more...

Deep Color Stain around Faucet on White Marble

If you’re unsure or uncomfortable with removing the stain yourself, it’s best to consult with a professional marble cleaner or restoration expert to avoid further damage to your white marble surface. more...

Circle Color Stain around Nickel Faucet Removed

Always read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions on cleaning products and avoid using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals that may damage the nickel finish. Test any cleaning solution on a small, more...

Ubatuba Granite Cracked Floor Tiles

A cracked Ubatuba granite floor tile may have visible fissures or fractures on its surface, which can vary in size, shape, and direction. The cracks may be thin or wide and can run in straight lines or have irregular more...

Whitish Rings Removed from Round Tables

The removal of etches from black marble coffee tables can be accomplished through several steps, depending on the severity of the etching and the type of marble used. To prevent future etching, use coasters for drinks, more...

Whitish Fogging Spots on Black Marble Tables

The appearance of whitish fogging spots on black marble tables could be due to a few possible causes: 1. Etching: Marble is a natural stone that is composed mainly of calcium carbonate, which is vulnerable to acid more...

Bathroom Floor after Honing & Grouting

After the process of honing and grouting, your bathroom floor should have undergone several changes in appearance and condition. Here’s what you can expect: 1. Smoother Surface: Honing is a process that involves more...

Splotchy Blots on Corian Countertop Restoration

Corian, despite being a man-made stone material, can be damaged by acids. Acidic substances such as sour berries, fruits, and general detergents can cause etching or discoloration on Corian surfaces. It is important to more...

Marble-Bronze Tray-Table Side Shattered

Antique tray-table with a crashed edge by the bronze rim. The cracks restoration has to be done without removing the top from the tray niche, and not touching the bronze rim. more...

Limestone Bathtub Top. Discoloration & Erosion Removal

We sand out some white erosions and made some patches on remained holes. In the Orion building in Manhattan NY. more...

White Erosion on Limestone Tub Top

The more you concentrate on maintaining your marble in a bathroom the better would be its shape which would need fewer restoration cycles and price. more...

Shower Threshold Just Installed

The picture shows marble walls and a mosaic shower floor. The floor was re-grouted and sealed and a new saddle was installed. more...

Limestone Shower Shelf after Water Erosion and Etches Removal

A shower shelf is susceptible to stains and most time is under the influence of different chemicals and many of them are not marble friendly. It can be shaving liquids, soaps, shampoos, skincare products, hair dye, and more...

Splotchy Erosion on Shower Limestone Shelf

The marble in the bathroom/shower/kitchen is susceptible to stains and maybe not be the best choice especially if you heavily use it unless you are crazy about marble beauty and willing to spend some money on more...

Cleaned Shower Built-in Niche/Soap Shelf

Shower built-in wall niche or soap shelf. White Carrara marble. Was cleaned, polished and re-caulked. more...

Built In Shower Niche before Cleaning

The shower niche had mold and yellow soapsuds. We replaced the old grout, changed the caulk, and clean the surface. Soap scum is persistent and requires a special scum remover to get rid of the film. more...

Ceramic Shower Stall Restoration

Re-caulking corners and seams of all surfaces in a shower stall is an important stage in the repair of the entire bathroom. If moisture constantly percolates behind shower walls and floors, this can lead to the growth more...

Mold on Ceramic Tiles. Shower Stall Disrepair

A shower cabin is a wet and humid area, especially if there is no window, it’s the perfect environment for mold development. So the mold can be either removed/cleaned or molded grout and caulk changed. more...

Marble Floor in Shower after Cleaning

The picture shows the marble mosaic shower floor after cleaning. Grout & marble was cleaned and mold was removed. Then all shower surfaces were resealed. more...

Mold on Marble Shower Floor

Picture of the molded marble shower floor. Mold has black in color and is located on the grout at the corner of the shower. more...

Mold and Stains Removal by Brightening

This shower stall and saddle had deep mold, hair dye residue, etching, and deep stains. We restored the marble and eliminated all the deep stains and deep mold with a special paste (also known as a poultice). We then more...

Limestone Mosaic Shower Floor after Full Restoration

Here we removed mold from walls, clean up the mineral deposits, fix grout cracks, remove stains, polished, and sealed. more...

Messed up Mosaic Shower Floor before Restoration

If water comes out from underneath the marble shower floor, that is a more serious issue as it has soaked throughout tiles or seams from the bottom to the surface, leaving salt deposits and other compounds on the more...

Pale Discoloration Caused by Caustic Bleach Cleaner
Limestone Shower Floor

A few folks understand how to use general cleaners and how chemically caustic aggressive cleaners can severely discolor or stain marble tiles. To avoid that you have to follow the manufacturer’s specifications on more...

Shower Floor after Build Up Removal

Hard water deposits and buildups can be safely removed from your shower floor and walls! more...

Corroded Shower Floor Build Up

Such build-ups virtually may exist around any shower drain strainer, grout, fixture, or on shower or steam-room tiles. Owners are often confused about how to get rid of these issues on marble. In the heaviest cases, more...

Deep Erosion on Shower Floor Ground Down

Erosion, mold, calcium deposits, lime, and other various problems were solved in one full working day of grinding, sanding, polishing, re-grouting, caulking, and other steps and tasks. more...

Shower Deterioration and Deep Erosion on Shower Floor

Instead of the salt deposits on the shower floor known as efflorescence, it can develop salt deposits below the tiles, leading to expansion within a marble, which can lead to permanent stone deterioration and deep more...

Brightening After Calcium Buildup & Mold Removal

As you can see in the photo, we restored not only between the tile seams but also removed yellowing and stains and eliminated the traces of efflorescence on the stone by deep grinding and chemical treatment. The more...

Salts Buildup – Mold – Efflorescence Removal

The shower floor restoration was started by polishing with a coarse diamond pad, the buildup is hard enough and the fine diamond pads are not able effectively to remove it. Also, when grinding with coarse pads, the top more...

Travertine Beveled Tiles in Shower before Cleaning

A fresh sealant can be removed easily from most types of surfaces – just wash it off with warm water and soap. However, after drying it may be a pretty tough task. Most often, various solvents can be used for more...

Cleaned Limestone Shower Floor

Marble shower restoration is difficult and quite costly work. That’s why you need to pay special attention to preventive activities, and also timely clean and restore it. So the marble in the shower will retain its more...

Mildew Stains and Dirt in Shower after Removal

Dirty shower tile and grout stains can creep on everyone, on the beginning day showers are clean and the next month dirt covers the shower tiles. Your marble shower floors and walls start out in brand new shape and of more...

Grime on Tiles and Mildew. Shower Floor & Walls

Shower Mold Removal. Undesired toxic black mildew can cause problems such as mold illness, mental disability, damaging internal organs, allergic reactions, etc. If you don’t take care of mildew in a shower, it can more...

Travertine Tiles and Ceramic Liner Trim Shower Restoration

Maintaining travertine shower surfaces their best appearance requires some extra attention when it comes to cleaning and sealing. Use a cleaner that is safe for marble, not contain bleach, ammonia, vinegar, or other more...

Stained Shower Tiles and Grout

This shower was stained due to its age and probably some brownish iron oxidations have occurred there. Wonderfully there was not a mold, just color stains caused mostly by soaking soapy water into the tiles. more...

Shower Floor after Stains Removal

Eventually, we found out that only a bleach poultice is able to reduce the stains, so we applied the poultice to the floor and first row of wall tiles and left it for a few days. Then we did the standard restoration more...

Freshly Grouted Shower Floor

The new grout is just been deeply installed into channels/seams previously cut out with a hand-held grinder, and usually, it’s required a longer time to grout cure. more...

Old Grout Deep Cut Out Lines on Shower Stall Floor

The old grout was removed by cutting out the lines with a hand-held grinder. The deeper old grout is removed, so the new grout can set deeper and better water seal the floor. Of course, if there is leaking in the shower more...

Corners on Mosaic Floor Perimeter Re-Caulked

If you would like to properly care for the mosaic and caulk on the shower floor, I would recommend creating a schedule for cleaning. Only in this case, these materials will serve you as long as possible. more...

Moldy Caulk on Perimeter Corners

Due to constant dampness, shower corners, and caulk on the perimeters are the places where mold is growing most often. If the mold is not too old, it can be cleaned with chemicals only, if the mold is too old, it should more...

Shower Floor Cleaning and Grout Refreshing

The mosaic marble floor in this shower stall was cleaned, polished, grout refreshed (by applying new grout over existing), re-caulked, and sealed. Some recommendations were given to help to extend its clean more...

Mosaic Shower Floor before Cleaning

In order not to harm mosaic marble tiles they should be cleaned with special cleaners. The tile structure can be damaged under the influence of external factors such as when exposed to ultraviolet rays, harmful more...

Mosaic Shower Floor and Grout after Cleaning and Polishing

Compared to regular-sized tiles, the mosaic floor in the shower can incur more stains and soap buildup, as there are much more grout lines/gaps, where any contaminants can be easily collected. more...

Dirty Stains on Grout & Mosaic (Shower Floor)

Dirty shower mosaic and grout stains can creep on everyone, on the beginning day the shower is clean and the next month dirt and soap cover the shower tiles. Your marble shower floors and walls start out in brand new more...

Flat Shower Floor Slab before Grinding Down

In this shower, the floor was made from a flat marble slab, with a little slope toward the drain grid, but this was not efficient and water was flowing outside (there was not a threshold, just a glass door). The order more...

Shower Floor Ground Down to Increase Slope

For better water flowing into the drain, we ground down the slab creating a funnel around the drain grid. Also, we increased the overall slope toward the wall and grid. more...

Deeply Eroded Shower Stall Floor

Deep erosion often happens in kinds of marble with inconsistent density where some veins and flecks are much softer and can be influenced by aggressive substances and cleaners. more...

Polished Floor in Shower Stall

Although marble with inconsistent density cannot be polished to a flat (mirror-like) surface, it still can be ground down to a “fresh” layer of marble, and then polished to a smooth and shiny finish. At the more...

Grout Buildup Removed and Regrouted

If water comes out from underneath the marble shower floor, that is a more serious issue as it has soaked throughout tiles or seams from the bottom to the surface, leaving salt deposits and other compounds on the more...

Build Up and Efflorescence on Shower Floor

Calcium buildup and efflorescence in the shower area are often the results of improper installation, when substances like calcium or salt from shower pan or tile adhesive come out to the surface, creating solid more...

After Mold and Efflorescence Removal & Grout Cleaning

Mold and efflorescence removal from marble maybe not easy task for Do It Yourself project as mold has roots that grow deep into the marble pores. Just bleaching can hide some of the molds from the top of the surface, more...

Black Mold & Efflorescence on Shower Floor around Drain Grid

Such stains the so-called efflorescence, often appear on shower floor surfaces. Effloresces not only spoil the appearance of a floor but also can destroy a tile or grout by its roots. The main causes of efflorescence more...






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    ABC Stone Inc.
    2165 Brigham st.
    Brooklyn, NY 11229

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  • Reviews:


    Lynn W. Avatar
    Lynn W.
    5 star rating

    Eugene blew us away with how fantastic our bathroom turned out. We recently moved into an apartment and were disappointed by how poorly the marble stone was kept. A friend recommended Eugene, he was very responsive and professional. You can tell he takes pride in his work. He spent two full days polishing, cleaning, caulking and grouting the entire bathroom and it looks like new. Before he left we asked for a proposal for the kitchen! I highly recommend him and would use him for every stone job we have moving forward.
    He is simply the best.



    Elle S. Avatar
    Elle S.
    5 star rating

    The first, I was impressed with how fast they got back to me after asking for a quote. Eugene was professional, fast, and keep his promises. He communicates well and it was very easy to work with him, and I was very pleased. It is very important to me that people who I work with is professional and trustworthy. I can see a long-term relationship with them and am very happy to find them. By the way I found them by looking for an answer on Houzz for my question about my furniture.



    Leonard K. Avatar
    Leonard K.
    5 star rating

    Eugene did right by us! Lowest estimate of several I received, but no corners cut. Very patient answering all my questions by email, super professional and respectful in my apartment, including thorough cleanup, and my counters look great!



    Shaun S Avatar
    Shaun S
    5 star rating

    Eugene was great. My contractor ruined our "travertine" floors. Our contractor used the wrong grout and my pale colored stone floors looked dirty. Eugene to the rescue! Eugene scrubbed, polished and regrouted the bathroom stone floor and it looks just the way it was meant to. Eugene told us that the stone was really limestone. He was quiet and went straight to work. I found him to be very respectful. He saw we had new flooring in the house and took off his shoes. Class act. We highly recommend Eugene. Now my family can finally move into our first home.



    Allison M Avatar
    Allison M.
    5 star rating

    Eugene absolutely saved the day for us, and we are so grateful. With only 3 days left to move out of our BK apt, our movers cracked a priceless family heirloom marble dresser top. We were devastated! A friend of mine who does object restoration for museums gave me ABC's website, and Eugene spent a day communicating with me, and came, to our home (in a mask) the very next day and restored our marble on location and in our tight time frame. When he was finished, it was stunning, and we are beyond grateful to him. I hope I never need his services again, but I strongly recommend him to others. At the end, he even helped us correctly package the marble for our move so we didn't need to have the movers risk harming the marble again. We are so grateful to him!



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