Natural stone is frequently specified by architects and designers in high end, exclusive interiors in both residential and commercial projects. As luxurious as these stone finishes are, the natural porosity of materials such as marble and limestone make them susceptible to staining, etching, chipping and general wear and tear over time.
Mirror Image Marble service all of your stone requirements, including reconstituted stone, offering an extensive range of stone cleaning, repairing, restoration and advanced stone protection solutions for your stone benchtops, bathroom vanities, bars, walls and floors.
Over time your impressive stone benchtop can start to show signs of damage and wear. Natural stone and even reconstituted stone can become dull, chipped, cracked, scratched and stained through accidental spillages, incorrect use, or applying the wrong type of cleaning product. Some chemical cleaners and use of harsh scourers to remove marks can leave obvious scratches and dull patches on your expensive stone bench.
Call the experts today on 03 9532 1758 to hone or polish your stone kitchen benchtop surfaces, restoring their natural beauty and elegance.
In today’s fast paced world, everyone craves a space to relax and unwind. Nothing speaks ‘sanctuary’ more than a luxurious bubble bath or a long hot shower to wash away life’s stresses in a beautiful bathroom at the end of the day.
Frequently specified by architects and designers, stone such as marble, limestone and granite are often on the ‘must have’ list of luxury finishes when creating today’s on trend interiors.
Contact us on 03 9532 1758 for an obligation free quote to restore your bathroom sanctuary today.
Few flooring materials match the beauty and sophistication of a natural stone floor. Floor surfaces such as marble, travertine, limestone and terrazzo yield unmatched elegance and sophistication to any interior.
However, everyday foot traffic leads to generalised wear and tear making your stone appear dull and lifeless. The addition of family life, children, animals, spills from liquids or the application of incorrect cleaning products, all compound to spoil the refined and luxurious appearance that stone floors are renown for.