BATHS AND SHOWERS HONING, POLISHING AND PROTECTION
Baths and Showers
Soap scum build-up, mildew, etching, permanent stains, or other damage can really diminish the elegance of your bath and shower space. With our expert cleaning, honing, polishing, and sealing services, your bathrooms can sparkle once again.
We Can Make Your Baths and Showers Look Amazing
Have your natural stone shower walls lost their shine? Are they stained, scratched, etched or otherwise damaged? And how about your tile and grout — are those grout lines a lot darker than they should be? Or do you have missing grout or perhaps cracked, uneven tiles? Our technicians can resolve all of these issues. We specialize in marble, limestone, travertine, and tile and grout surfaces in your bathroom.
Our services include deep cleaning and sanitizing, honing, polishing, repairs, and sealing, so your bathrooms always make a positive impression.
Deep Cleaning & Sanitizing
Sealing and Protecting
Some natural stone types are more porous than others, but, generally speaking, all natural stone is susceptible to staining. That’s why it’s important to have the natural stone in your bathrooms sealed. Whether you’ve had your natural stone forever and it’s time to have it resealed, or the contractors just finished installing your stone, or somewhere in between, MarbleKare USA can professionally clean your marble, limestone, and travertine and then generously apply the appropriate sealer so that you have time to clean up spills before they become permanent stains. We also provide grout sealing and grout color sealing for grout lines.
Crack and Chip Repair
No matter how durable the stone, if you drag something heavy across it or drop something on it at just the right (or the wrong!) angle – it can scratch or chip. It’s the sort of thing that can stand out on an otherwise pristine bathroom and just drive you nuts! But it doesn’t have to. MarbleKare USA can repair most scratches, chips, and even cracks in a virtually seamless manner.
Though some people mistake etching for a stain or “water spots,” it is actually acid damage to the surface of the stone. Fortunately, our skilled technicians can remove this damage, and return your stone to beautiful once again. We will also educate you in ways to prevent this kind of damage, such as always using the appropriate bathroom cleaning products.