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Norman Lee

Granite Flooring And Kitchen Top

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Hi

Being the noob,

Do I need to seal the new kitchentop after installation?

Can the granite flooring be recond?

Went through WWW, only a few places offer granite buff/recond,

Who would be good to go to, as well as the better products? from DIY stores or NTUC?

Thanks in advance

 

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HI, what do you mean by granite top need to be seal? Also there's no need for granite floor to be buff if it's for home. Granite unlike marble, its harder. The shine will stay for a very long time because for home, the human traffic is lesser.

 

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On 16/04/2015 at 8:20 PM, Norman Lee said:

Can the granite flooring be recond?

Yes it can, especially in the kitchen for your table top better to recondition semi regularly

 
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Hi everyone! Author, have you asked some professionals about it? Find good company in kitchen remodeling and they'll help you. As for me I was working with them and they can do all you want. So experience plays great role in this issue!

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On 24/04/2015 at 2:17 PM, mkstone said:

The shine will stay for a very long time because for home

Really depends, if you have kids like me when they play their toys or play alot, that sometimes causes the stones to dirty fast also

 
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On 11/6/2016 at 5:06 AM, GermaineS said:

Heard some people say this as well, any reason why?

Sealing the stone is good because it helps to preserve the beauty of any stone for a long time

 
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