"A soft shine!"

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  1. Old Coastie
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    She did not want a glassy shine, but she disliked the matte finish.

    Also, a full-on lippage/honing/polish/sealing would have been about $2000 for her large kitchen, laundry room and hallway.
    This was only a few hundred, but wow did we have to keep moving!

    This was a neutral scrub, mopping and polish with MB-22 only. Then, Viper Grout and Stone (alcohol based) sealer, buffed when dry. I might have accidentally thrown in a few grouted pockmarks...

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    I wish you weren't such a hillbilly. I'd drive up there and let you teach me that stone stuff.
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    IMG_1851.JPG Marty hits the road!
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    Is that a diamond polishing, crystallizer or a coating?
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    Naw, it's butt powder.
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