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Marble & Natural Stone Surface Protection, Guaranteed!

Our ultra-thin coating not only safeguards your stone surfaces but also makes everyday stone care effortless, providing benefits to homeowners, architects, designers, installers, and fabricators. If you think your marble or natural stone could benefit, contact Boston Stone Restoration today at (781) 793-0700. We can apply to existing surfaces and pre-installation countertops fast!

Marble Protection – New England

AntiEtch Coatings and Sealants

MORE™ AntiEtch™ is one of the innovative solutions we use to form a durable, ultra-low visibility, super-thin, coating that prevents the toughest stains and caustic solutions from coming in contact with your marble countertop surface.

With MORE™ AntiEtch™ you can enjoy your marble with MORE™ peace of mind and freedom.

Durable Marble Protection

Acid-sensitive stones like marble, limestone, travertine, and onyx are prone to etching?  When acidic substances come in contact with these stone types, the acid actually begins to eat away at the surface, which creates dull spots known as etching.  An etch is not a stain and cannot be prevented by using even the best penetrating stone sealer. So should you avoid using marble? Definitely NOT!

Safe.  Simple.  Effective.

BENEFITS

  • Stops etching and staining
  • Crystal clear finish
  • Good on marble, limestone, onyx, travertine, and concrete
  • Can be applied to honed, and polished surfaces
  • Low odor during application
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Safe on food-contact surfaces
  • Zero porosity – germs and bacteria have nowhere to grow
  • Will not crack or peel
  • Easy to maintain and repair
  • Durable – 10 year expected wear.

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How to Choose the Right Sealer for Your Natural Stone

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If you've got natural stone surfaces in your home like counters, islands, vanities and floors, here's the scoop on how to choose the best stone sealer.

Picking the right sealer is a bit like choosing the perfect outfit – you start with the right function, add a dash...