Marble is a favorite stone in home decor due to its unique properties that make no two colors or designs alike. While it is one of the more durable natural materials you can find, it is susceptible to breakage just like any other type of stone if it is dropped or sustains a heavy impact from a falling object. The good news is that a broken piece of marble does not mean that it has to be trashed if the break isn’t too severe. As long as your slab is not missing any major pieces, it can usually be repaired using an special marble adhesive compound using these steps:
Supply labor and material to protect the working area with plastic covers, protective tapes and drop cloth.
Supply labor and material to identify each damaged areas such as chips and repair them with appropriate techniques.
Supply labor and material to grind the working surface area with diamond pads to remove the surface scratches, doll spots, etched marks and other imperfections.
Supply labor and material to continue honing the working surface area progressively with resin bond diamond pads to achieve a smooth and flat surface condition.
Supply labor and material to polish the working surface area with polishing powder to achieve high glass natural finish.
Supply labor and material to seal the working surface area with appropriate sealing agent.
See our video about the marble table restoration process