Polishing granite or marble countertops becomes necessary after years of use. When one finds their countertops lack the desired shine and develop pitting and/or etching, it's time to consider the options; either polish it yourself, or hire a professional company like CROSS CLEANING COMPANY.
If one decides to D-I-Y, here is what it will take:
While it will require some time and hard work, you can polish your own granite countertops and skip the hassle of having to hire a company like CROSS CLEANING COMPANY. This approach may require some extra tools and materials, but in the grand scheme of things you'll have the pride of saying "I did it myself".
Here are the materials and tools you'll need to effectively polish your own granite countertops:
The process of polishing granite countertops can be done by homeowners in 6 to 8 hours (depending on your skill level), so by sticking to this tutorial you can be polishing your countertops in no time.
While one could D-I-Y their countertop polishing, there are a lot of "moving parts" and serious things to consider. Will I use the right chemicals? Did I buy the right polisher? Could I permanently damage my countertops? In the end, am I going to wish I hired a professional? We understand these concerns and that is why we recommend you hire the professionals at CROSS CLEANING COMPANY. We have years of experience, all the right tools and the knowledge necessary to get the job done RIGHT! And when you hire CROSS CLEANING COMPANY, you can go to the mall, watch the game, play with the children or grandchildren and leave the polishing to us.