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Marble granit worktop cleaners polishing services Guildford Redhill Reigate Dorking Surrey

Vanity and Worktop  Cleaning and Polishing Services
Surrey Sussex Hampshire

Give Your Kitchen and Bathroom Work Surfaces
A Fresh New Look!

Our team of experienced professionals uses advanced techniques and eco-friendly products to ensure your surfaces look pristine and stay protected. We are dedicated to delivering exceptional service and exceeding our customers' expectations.

Contact us today for professional marble, limestone, and terrazzo refurbishment services, including diamond honing and polishing. Our experienced team is ready to restore the elegance of your stone surfaces and provide you with expert maintenance advice.

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Ready to refurbish your marble and limestone countertops, tables, and vanity tops? Contact Floor Care Cleaning Services today to schedule a consultation. Our friendly and knowledgeable team is here to answer questions and provide the best solutions for your stone care needs.

Areas we cover 

We cover
Woking, Weybridge, Esher, Cobham, Guildford, Leatherhead, Epsom, Reigate, Dorking, Redhill, Haywards Heath, Crawley, Horsham, Brighton, Hove, Eastbourne, Bexhill, Hastings, Worthing, Littlehampton, Chichester, Eastleigh, Waterlooville, Gosport, Portsmouth, Southampton, and surrounding areas in Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex, Hampshire.


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Diamond honing is a process that removes surface imperfections, such as scratches, etches, and stains, from marble, limestone, and terrazzo surfaces. This process uses industrial diamond abrasives to smooth the surface.

Preparation: Clean the surface thoroughly to remove any dirt or debris.

Grinding: Use coarse diamond pads to grind the surface and remove deep scratches and stains.

Honing: Progress to finer diamond pads to hone the surface, further smoothing it and preparing it for polishing.

Diamond Polishing: Diamond polishing follows the honing process and brings out the natural shine and gloss of the stone.

Polishing: Use even finer diamond pads to polish the surface, creating a glossy and reflective finish.

Sealing: After polishing, apply a high-quality stone sealer to protect the surface from future stains and damage.

Crack and Chip Repair Filling: Use resin or epoxy fillers to repair any cracks or chips.

Blending: Sand and polish the filled areas to blend seamlessly with the rest of the surface.


Marble and limestone are beautiful and durable stones, but they can encounter several common issues, including:

Staining: Both marble and limestone are porous and can absorb spills, leading to unsightly stains.

Etching: Acidic substances like vinegar, citrus juices, certain perfumes, cosmetics, aftershave, and cleaners can cause etching, dulling the stone's surface.

Limescale: We often see limescale around tapes and on pre-cut drainers on kitchen worktops.

Scratches and Abrasions: Heavy use and sharp objects can scratch or abrade the stone.

Discolouration: These stones can develop discolouration over time due to dirt buildup and improper cleaning methods.

Cracks and Chips: Natural wear and tear, as well as impacts, can lead to cracks and chips, compromising the stone's beauty and integrity.


Regular cleaning and maintenance advice for marble and limestone vanity and worktop surfaces.

Soft Cloth or Sponge: Use a soft, damp cloth or sponge to wipe down the surface daily.

pH-Neutral Cleaner: Clean with a pH-neutral stone cleaner to avoid damaging the stone. Avoid using acidic or abrasive cleaners.

Warm Water: Warm water is often sufficient for light cleaning. Dry the surface completely to avoid water spots.

Spills and Stains

Immediate Cleanup: Wipe up spills immediately to prevent staining. Acidic substances like lemon juice, vinegar, wine, and cosmetics can etch the stone if left untreated.

Blotting: Blot, don't wipe, spills to avoid spreading them.

Protecting the Surface

Coasters and Trivets: Use coasters under glasses and trivets under hot dishes to prevent damage from heat and moisture.
Cutting Boards: Always use cutting boards to avoid scratching the surface.

Regular Sealing

Reapply Sealer: Depending on the type of stone and usage, reapply a stone sealer every 6-12 months to maintain protection against stains and etching.

Avoiding Damage

No Abrasive Pads: Avoid using abrasive scrub pads or steel wool, which can scratch the surface.

Gentle Products: Use gentle, stone-specific cleaning products to maintain the surface's integrity.

Proper maintenance and professional refurbishment can keep your marble, limestone, and terrazzo surfaces looking beautiful for years.

By following these cleaning tips and utilizing our expert services, you can ensure your kitchen worktops, countertops, tables, and vanity tops remain a stunning feature in your home.


Expertise: Our technicians are highly trained in the latest stone care techniques.

Advanced Equipment: We use industry-standard diamond honing and polishing equipment for superior results.

Quality Products: We use only the highest quality cleaning and sealing products to protect your surfaces.

Customer Satisfaction: We are committed to providing exceptional service and ensuring our clients are delighted with the results.

Affordable Pricing: We offer competitive rates without compromising on the quality of our work.

Free Consultations: We provide free, no-obligation consultations to assess your travertine and recommend the best action.


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Areas Covered


Brighton - Hove - Preston Park - Portslade - Shoreham - Ditchling - Hassocks - Hurstpierpoint - Henfield - Southwick Keymer - Worthing - Findon - Washington - Ferring - East Preston - Rustington - Clapham - Storrington - Steyning - Bramber - Goring-by-sea - Arundel - Chichester - Eastbourne - Hastings - Billingshurst - Bramber - Burwash - Buxsted - Camber - Chailey - Crawley - Crowhurst - Forest Row - Haywards Heath - Mayfield - Rye - Steyning - Storrington – Uckfield

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Head Office (East Sussex)

Unit 57 - Homeleigh,

London Road,


East Sussex


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