Exotic Polishing,inc. your choice & why
Exotic Polishing and Concrete Polishing is committed to its core business of polishing materials with bonded diamond abrasives; not to overextend its resources in an attempt to provide multiple applications for most concrete floor.
We are committed to delivering results that exceed the customer's expectations, creating value for customers through education of the concrete process and the proper maintenance that will prolong the life of the finished surface. Don't wait call Exotic Polishing now!
Benefits of Polishing
-Totally eliminates the need for waxes, sealers, finishes, coatings and replacement sealers.
-Permanent flooring solution
-Increases the impact of existing light
-LEED® benefits; environmentally friendly
Exotic Polishing and Concrete Polishing is the act of changing an existing concrete surface by means of a mechanical process that involves cutting and/or refining the surface to a desired finish. Polished concrete is one of many end results in what is the processing of the concrete surface by mechanical refinement through the use of multiple abrasives measured in grits.
Currently, Exotic Polishing breaks down the process of concrete polishing into grinding and polishing. Some within the industry simply use the word "polishing" for the entire process. The process of polishing concrete consists of three consecutive categories: grinding, honing, and polishing.
Each category is then broken down into multiple steps, consisting of consecutively finer grit abrasives. During this process a densifier or hardener is applied that is absorbed into the concrete creating a chemical reaction with the limestone making the polished concrete more dense and hard.
Concrete Staining! And Why?
It all boils down to one word: character. Concrete stain does more than simply add color. Rather than produce it, opaque effect like paint or colored coatings, stains permeate the concrete to infuse it with rich, deep, translucent tones. It is important to keep in mind even when treated with the same staining product in the same shade, no two concrete floors, walls, or counter tops will look alike due to factors such as the composition and age of the concrete, surface porosity, texture, and environmental conditions. Some stain manufacturers use adjectives such as "antiqued," "variegated," or "mottled" to describe the distinctive look. It's this variability, rather than uniformity, that gives stained concrete its broad appeal and permits an infinite array of special effects.