Atlanta cultured marble restoration.
Cultured marble looks like a marble made of resin or fiberglass. Cultured marble is very similar to plastic basins, but it has a higher-end look. The issue with cultured marble and plastic showers is that they both become porous over time and stain, which cannot be removed by residential cleaners. We can restore and seal your shower walls and floor to give them a new appearance. We remove all the caulk around the edges.
Atlanta, imagine a caulk free cultured marble shower.
We did not use re-coating and re-caulking processes. It’s simple, we restored the surface with polishing compounds and then, we applied a coat of Celine, a solvent based clear topical with resin that soaks in and seal out all the stains and fill the pores.
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Now there is an easy way
to maintain cultured marble.
Not just cleaning re-imagined. Cleaning like you’ve never imagined.
Valore seals & cleans your culture marble— it’s better in every way, leaving your cultured marble shower with a stunning look after each use. Valore also has hydrogen peroxide at nearly 7% to help killing all the molds and mildews. Just simply spray your shower down once every three weeks and wipe down. Valore bonds instantly and you can apply when your surface is wet.
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Atlanta cultured marble restoration experts.
Get your free estimate today. Every estimate is assigned to an Atlanta artist, who will complete the entire process. Just simply email us pictures of your cultured marble and our server will calculate the rest.
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Questions about cultured marble?
Here are our answers.
How does cultured marble differ from plastic?
Built from a resin, cultured marble looks like marble. It is thicker as compared to the plastic basins and most commonly used on walls as well as on the floor in shower.
D'Sapone® doesn’t paint cultured marble, why?
Applying paint to the surface is not our style. We use Celine sealer, which is based on oil and soaks deep beneath the cultured marble to halt the growth of mold and mildew.
Will your process eliminate all the stains?
Yes. We can remove all the stains in most of the cases. The best part is, your cultured marble will not look painted.
Does D'Sapone® apply sealer to the cultured marble after restoring it?
Yes. We apply an oil based sealer, which fills its holes and prevents it from staining.
How should the sealed cultured marble be maintained?
It should be maintained with Valore, preventing mineral deposits and soap scum from staining your cultured marble.Valore cleaner>
Why is my cultured marble peeling?
The best answer we could provide is to post reviews for others, not to be fooled by companies providing this service. There is no process we can perform for this issue because the entire pan has to be stripped.
Why should we call D'Sapone®?
We are in this business for more than 7 years and we only apply pFOkUS®’ products, delivering tremendous cleanliness for tile, grout, stone and glass.
Our Atlanta locations?
- Avondale Estates
- Johns Creek
- Lake Lanier Islands
- Lithia Springs
- Peachtree City
- Powder Springs
- Sandy Springs