I recently had a scratch removed from my stone, but now I see a divot. Can this be fixed?
Article ID: 66 | Rating: 1/5 from 2 votes | Last Updated: Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 9:46 AM
Q. I recently had a scratch removed from my stone, but now I see a divot. Can this be fixed?
A. What happened is when the contractor removed the scratch, the diamond pad wasn't positioned flat and consequently left the divot. The good news is that it can be fixed, but the bad news is the cost will probably be more than it was to fix the scratch in the first place, because the whole area will have to be rehoned to a flat even surface, then polished.
Stone and Tile PRO Partners are prescreened, qualified, and adhere to high quality standards, so mistakes like this are few and far between. You might try asking the contractor who removed the scratch to fix the divot at no extra charge and hope they don't do further damage in the process. Or you could cut your losses, play it safe, and have one of our PROS resolve the problem. If you would like to connect with one of our PROS, contact us
There are no attachments for this article.
There are no comments for this article. Be the first to post a comment.
How to Know if Your Stone Needs Sealed
Viewed 3779 times since Thu, Mar 1, 2007
Excess Sealer on Travertine
Viewed 7005 times since Fri, Aug 29, 2008
Removing etching from travertine table
Viewed 9032 times since Mon, May 25, 2009
Viewed 3320 times since Thu, Feb 5, 2009
Urine on polished marble near toilet
Viewed 29047 times since Fri, Oct 2, 2009