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Marble Protection: Products that Prevent Etching and Staining

Aug 12, 2022

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Check out our latest video, courtesy of our video friends at Boston Design Guide, about how we help customers protect their marble surfaces from etching and stains.

We offer special stone coatings that are durable and incredibly thin that can be applied to marble, limestone, travertine, onyx, and concrete and are especially ideal on countertops, conference tables and desks, bar tops, and other surfaces that see a lot of traffic and use. Call us today to learn more: 781-793-0700

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