The Complete Stone Restoration Company

Serving Chicagoland since 1987

Wax and Polymer Removal For Marble

Sungloss Marble Company advocates the use of natural stone restoration practices and is on the leading edge of wax and embedded polymer stripping. We can remove even the thickest layers of wax from the surface of marble, limestone, onyx, slate, terrazzo or any other stone surface before cleaning, polishing, sealing and caring for it.

Whenever possible our specialists employ environmentally-friendly, non-toxic materials to remove even the most stubborn embedded polymers. From tough granite to soft limestone after the removal of non-arable top coats we are able to clean, polish grind and seal stone surfaces to meet our clients needs

Key Benefits:

  • All non-toxic materials are used, if possible
  • Removal of non-arable topcoats
  • Reduced long term damage to marble

Capabilities:
Anything can be removed from natural stone.

From tough granite to soft limestone, we are able to clean , polish , remove stains, industrial diamond grind, and seal most natural stone surfaces to amend damage. We can also increase or decrease luster as specified by our clients.

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