Problem: Countertop Etch Damage
Homeowners in Phoenix, Arizona loved their natural stone countertops, but they were not happy with the etch-damaged finish in the areas surrounding the sink and stovetop. They contacted us to schedule restoration services and to ask about the best way of avoiding future etch damage. Of the several options we offered, the homeowner selected countertop protection—a long-lasting, durable polyethylene film that makes natural stone countertops nearly impossible to etch.
Solution: Countertop Refinishing and Protection
First, we honed away existing etching and other damage. Then, we prepped and applied the protective film. Our highly trained technicians have the knowledge and experience to work with adhesives and use a variety of tools to achieve the best possible outcome on countertop protection jobs.
The homeowners were very pleased with the appearance of their kitchen countertops and the fact that they could freely use their sink and stovetop without worrying about etch damage on the natural stone finish.