Advanced 360 Total Floor Care Systems

Marble Restoration, Repair, and Polishing

Marble floors are a beautiful and timeless addition to any space, but they require regular maintenance to keep them looking their best. In this video, we will take you through the process of marble restoration, repair, and polishing to ensure your floors remain in top condition for years to come.


Specialized Equipment and Trained Personnel

  1. The maintenance of marble floors depends on their use and traffic they experience.
  1. Specialty equipment and trained personnel are essential to mitigate damage caused by high traffic.
  1. Historical architecture cannot be replaced, making maintenance necessary to keep the floor looking good and safe.

Flattening Cut and Diamond Tool

  1. The maintenance process includes a flattening cut by a diamond tool under a heavy machine to remove surface damage and tile erosion.
  1. This process restores the marble to a more uniformly flat surface and is done wet to reduce heat and ensure uniform results.
  1. Excess heat can cause unpredictable damage to the surface, so the work is done carefully to guarantee the entire floor is uniformly treated.

Repairing Visible Damage

  1. Visible damage on marble floors can be the result of age or use, especially in highly trafficked areas.
  1. Methods to fix these damages vary by the type of damage being repaired, such as cracks and chips.
  1. A suitable resin patch is applied to fill and color-match the stone, while other types of damage may require a different preparation method.

Polishing the Stone

  1. To finish the restoration process, a machine made to polish stone is used, resulting in a uniformly polished floor.
  1. This process is done wet to contain waste and restore the stone’s natural colors to their original appearance.


Marble restoration, repair, and polishing are essential processes to keep your floors looking their best. By following these steps and using specialized equipment and trained personnel, you can ensure your marble floors remain in top condition for years to come.

Mo Bashar, I.C.E. GB

Facility Care Specialist

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