The Complete Stone Restoration Company

Serving Chicagoland since 1987

Stone Dustless Grinding

​​As specialists on natural stone restoration in the Chicago area we offer an “industrial diamond,” wet grinding process which produces no dust. Our specialists can machine or manual grind the surface of stones such as marble, limestone, granite, onyx, slate and terrazzo to enhance the stone’s finish, remove some stains and expose healthy beautiful surfaces.

Our grinding process is clean and efficient and can be used to beautify areas on walls, floors, counters, showers and tubs. Sungloss’ specialists can grind away and disinfect some simple mildew stains and etch marks on natural stone surfaces or use the process to place a new luster on the stone. Our crews are capable of matching or creating a wide range of luster through the use of our grinding process. We can restore or refinish stone to honed, eggshell, low-luster, satin or high-gloss as our clients’ needs dictate and can help to beautify any design situation.

Key Benefits:

  • Stain removal possible
  • Smoother finish
  • Healthy stone areas exposed

Capabilities:
We provide honed, low luster (egg shell), semi-gloss (satin), or high gloss finishing.

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