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Granite Polishing

Granite Polishing

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  1. Safety Precautions:

    • Put on safety goggles, gloves, and a dust mask to protect yourself from dust and debris generated during the polishing process.
  2. Clean the Surface:

    • Start by cleaning the granite surface thoroughly to remove dust, dirt, and any surface stains. Use a mild stone cleaner and a soft cloth or sponge. Rinse the surface with clean water and allow it to dry completely.
  3. Choose the Right Diamond Pads:

    • Select the appropriate diamond polishing pads with different grit levels. Typically, you'll start with a lower grit (e.g., 50 or 100) to remove imperfections and gradually work your way up to higher grits (e.g., 200, 400, 800, 1500, and 3000) for a finer polish.
  4. Attach Diamond Pads to the Polishing Machine:

    • Attach the chosen diamond polishing pad to the polishing machine or grinder with variable speed. Make sure it is securely fastened.
  5. Wet Polishing:

    • Wet the granite surface with water before starting the polishing process. This helps cool the diamond pad and prevent overheating. You can use a spray bottle to mist the surface as you work.
  6. Polishing Process:

    • Start the polishing machine at its lowest speed, and gently run the diamond pad over the granite surface in a circular motion. Apply even pressure, but avoid pressing too hard to prevent damage.
    • Begin with the lowest grit diamond pad and progress to higher grits one by one. Make several passes with each pad, ensuring that the entire surface is polished evenly.
    • Continue the process until you've used all the desired grit levels, gradually achieving a finer and smoother polish with each pad.
  7. Clean the Surface Again:

    • Once you've finished polishing with the highest grit pad (usually 3000), clean the surface with water to remove any residue and debris from the polishing process. Dry it thoroughly with a clean, soft cloth or towel.
  8. Optional Sealing:

    • If desired, apply a granite sealer to protect the polished surface from stains and moisture. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the specific sealer you're using.



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