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White Marble? It’s a Miracle!

Feb 4, 2020

So, you took a hard look at your kitchen and decided something that some people may find crazy. You love the clean, brightness that comes from the all white HGTV kitchen of your dreams and you want white marble countertops.

That’s right. White. Marble. Countertops. Marble itself is classy, elegant, and never goes out of style. When it comes to price, it can be cheaper than you may think, and the most common types of marble are available from almost any stone fabricator, so you may be asking yourself, why would this be cra zy?!

Due to the soft, porous, nature of the stone and the fact that it’s, well, white, tends to send people into a tizzy. “Think of the spills!” they’d say, “coffee, berries, red wine, and not to mention the scratches or etches that will surely show up”. To that we say, worry no more! Our team at Boston Stone Restoration has a solution for you!

Until recently, the stone world hasn’t had many options when it comes to the best way to protect marble and other natural stone countertops and vanities from the constant worry of acid-etching. No matter how careful and diligent the homeowner may be, unsightly water mark and dull spots always found their way onto the surfaces. Stone care professionals tried everything to protect their clients investments, but kept striking out. Films that bubble and last only a few years or coatings that smell during application and may yellow over time just weren’t good enough, until MORE Surface Care joined the game.

MORE Surface Care noticed the common problems that marble owners were having, and understood that it’s possible to restore etches, but the process can be labor intensive and expensive and most importantly, that just repairing the marble itself does not protect against future etching, so they did something about it and created MORE™ AntiEtch™ Coating!

This proprietary product does not change the look of your stone, but instead protects it by forming 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! Additionally, they provide a 10-year warranty against acid etching and staining and most applications take only a day to install! The result? Beautifully protected counters with minimal maintenance, and a whole lot of peace of mind.

So, for all of you white marble countertop dreamers out there, it is possible! The ability to live freely, entertain often, and not have to worry about the mess in your beautiful kitchen is within reach.Let’s help you get there! Boston Stone Restoration is proud to be a preferred applicator ofMORE™ AntiEtch™ Coating, and we can’t wait to hear from you. Give us a call today!

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