Now permanent protection for marble, limestone and travertine countertops and vanities.
Sheerstone and Sheerstone Finishing Nothing looks or feels as good as a natural stone bench top. Sheerstone protection ensures it will look as beautiful in 10 years time as the day it was installed. Sheerstone is an incredibly tough, ultra-sheer, UV-Cured coating that is almost undetectable. It prevents your stone from etching and staining.
Why use Sheerstone?
✓ Fast application. You can use your surface the same day it is coated. ✓ Retains and even enhances the look and feel of your natural stone. ✓ Impervious to staining and acid etching. ✓ Easy to care for, wipe clean with a soft cloth and non-abrasive cleaner. ✓ 100% hygienic surface that will not harbor bacteria. ✓ Guaranteed for 10 years.
Do it once – do it right. Don’t waste time, money and effort on annual resealing.
Precision application by trained professionals at Best Marble & Tile Care.
Surface staining and etching.
Surface staining is where a chemical has left a coloured mark on the surface. This stain/mark may be sitting on the surface or have penetrated into the stone depending on how porous the stone is. Sealers will buy you some time to remove the offending chemical before the surface is permanently stained. This will vary depending on the sealer, stone and chemical involved, some chemicals can stain in minutes.
Etching is a totally different problem. A lot of problems that are associated with a majority of stone surfaces are that they are actually etched not stained.
Marble and Limestone are composed of calcite which is highly sensitive to acids spills which corrodes the surface (etching) thus damaging the polished or honed finish. Even acids in water can affect some stones leaving a white ring from a glass left on a bench top.
Why use a coating system on stone?
SHEERSTONE puts a barrier over the entire surface like a layer of thin clear liquid glass filling the imperfections leaving a smooth surface that prevents any materials/chemicals from coming in contact with the natural stone’s surface.