Why is the 200 grit disc special for concrete countertops?

By Jeff Girard | 14 October 2016 | 0 Comments
Why is the 200 grit disc special for concrete countertops?
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SUCCESS WITH CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS: The Three Stages of Grinding and Polishing Countertops

By By Jeffrey Girard | 14 October 2016 | 0 Comments
SUCCESS WITH CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS: The Three Stages of Grinding and Polishing Countertops
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How to choose the best diamond pad for concrete countertops

By Jeff Girard | 14 October 2016 | 1 Comments
How to choose the best diamond pad for concrete countertops
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Premium Finish

By Amy | 20 June 2016 | 1 Comments
A decorative, high-gloss finish for exposed aggregate floors. Premium Finish is an indoor application for showrooms, high-end real estate and areas where aesthetic properties that include flatness and reflectivity of the floor are a top priority. In addition to
a reflective and decorative floor, functionality, ease of cleaning and low maintenance cost are some of the many added profits of the Premium Finish system.
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Commercial Finish

By Amy | 20 June 2016 | 0 Comments
A medium-gloss finish for semi-exposed and low-exposed aggregate floors. An indoor application for retail areas, shop fronts and indoor public spaces. By choosing the Commercial Finish, the result is a floor that is functional, easy to clean and low maintenance whilst remaining aesthetically pleasing.
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Industrial Finish

By Amy | 20 June 2016 | 0 Comments
A low-gloss finish customised for industrial floors. Primarily an indoor application targeting large areas such as department stores, where flooring functionality is of primary concern. The result is a hardwearing floor that offers a safer and cleaner environment. The minimal lifetime cost, low maintenance and high durability makes the Industrial Finish system of great profit to any factory environment.
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How to choose the right Diamond Polishing Pads for different stone, granite, marble, engineered ston

By Kevin Zhao | 17 June 2016 | 3 Comments
To bring new life to granite, marble, concrete and/or fabricated stone is an easy way when the right polishing pads are chosen.

It is essential to get the right diamond polishing pads for the work at hand. The following information will help you choose the proper diamond polishing pads for every work from coarse polishing, fine polishing to burnishing (buffing) natural stone counter-tops.
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Different diamond polishing pads function

By Kevin | 16 September 2015 | 0 Comments
Diamond polishing pads for stone fabrication, stone counter tops polishing  floor restoration,
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dry polishing pads for granite slab&countertop, marble, concrete

By Mike | 28 May 2015 | 0 Comments
Dry pads can cut granite and concrete very aggressively due to the higher concentration of diamond.
For longer lasting, use slower speed or apply little to no pressure to the polisher when using lower grits. Dry
polishing generates more frictions and heat thus running too fast or pressing too hard on the polisher will result in sheering off many diamonds before their useful lives are up. We also supply a turbo grinding cup if you plan to remove a lot of material at lower grit. The vacuum bra
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air wet polisher for granite

By Raizi | 28 May 2015 | 1 Comments
air wet polisher, air wet grinder,air wet sander, wet polisher
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