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There is a long-term relationship between you and your stone. You see it, touch it, and use it everyday in your home. It is, in some form, a reminder of what you've accomplished. It stands as a symbol of the fact that you and your home are a solid team. Preserving the look and usefulness of your stone countertops, floors, and surrounds is what we do at Blue Moon. We are specially trained and certified in the preservation and maintenance of stone, tile, and masonry.
Blue Moon handles all aspects of your stone restoration project including soil prevention: walk off matting, walkway and entry maintenance, and dry soil removal systems for grouted flooring.
Blue Moon is also trained and certified in the following areas:
• Maintenance guidelines: Initial maintenance, routine maintenance, periodic/interim maintenance, and intensive/corrective maintenance.
• Restoration of floors: diamond pad honing and polishing and abrasive powder honing and polishing.
• Review of natural floor types and materials: principles of identification, geology, marble, limestone, travertine, granite, slate, sandstone, tumbling, flaming, and finishing techniques.
• Ceramic tile and masonry manufacturing processes, uses, and cleaning techniques: quarry tile, terra cotta, saltillo, porcelain, terrazzo, brick, paver stone, glass tile, concrete, and grout.
• Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention: Overview; cost to business, direct causes, safety recipe, wet floor safety, and record keeping.
• Environmental health and safety: cleaning products, cleaning procedures, IAQ and IEQ, and radon.
• Security: Proper securing of company property and customer property.
• Chemicals, tools, and equipment: the pH scale and cleaning, chemical safety; common floor care chemicals, mop pails and wringers, power equipment, rotary hard surface floor cleaning tools, hard surface cleaning wands, and technician safety issues.
• Floor covering identification, problem identification, test cleaning, and maintenance plan development.
• Problem solving and troubleshooting: role of the certified inspector and solving common floor care problems.
Basic floor care principals and procedures: Knowing the floor types, results of improper cleaning and maintenance, routine cleaning procedures, scrubbing procedures, honing and polishing, diamond polishing, lippage removal, abrasive powders, penetrating sealers and topical coatings.