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Marble, Travertine, Granite and other Natural Stone Cleaning, Polishing, Sealing in Encino, CA
Elite Marble Care is one of the premier restoration and maintenance companies for all natural stone surfaces serving Commercial and Residential Customers in greater Encino and all of Southern California.
We are experts in cleaning, polishing, honing, grinding, cleaning and sealing of marble, granite, travertine, limestone and all other natural stone. If it’s natural stone, we know it.
We do NOT implement dubious “polishing” practices known as “crystallization.” We only use natural true and proven restoration methods that are designed to reproduce as close as possible the original finish produced by the factory.We also offer ceramic tile and grout cleaning and sealing
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At Elite Marble Care, we offer the best marble care in the business, from cleaning and polishing to restoration.
Our team of experts are always available to help you find the right solution for your needs.
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To remove deep scratches and remove lip page (uneven tile edges). Done by machine with diamond abrasive pads and water that creates no dust.
To remove minor scratches and wear from everyday foot traffic. This process is also done by machine with diamond abrasive pads and water that creates no dust.
To give marble or stone the sheen you want, enhance the veining in marble and to protect the marble or stone from everyday traffic and spills. (Utilizing the same compounds that are used in the fabricating process.)
To remove dirt, stains and bacteria and to remove waxes and polymers that have become embedded.
To remove coatings that block stone’s ability to breathe which causes spilling (when the stones crack, pop and shale). Some examples of common coatings are, crystallization, janitorial waxes, polyurethane, etc.
To protect and preserve natural stone. (Using penetrating sealers / impregnators.)