Marble Polishing


Yacht Nett Riviera is one of Cote D'Azur's best yacht marble polishing service providers for yachts around. We offer a full slate of specialty detailing and cleaning services for yachts, including yacht marble polishing. Yacht Nett Riviera has years of experience and is proud to provide the best customer service in the industry. We can handle surfaces of all sizes for boats and yachts of all sizes. There is no job too big or too small for Yacht Nett Riviera, and we provide the best yacht marble polishing services around. On top of our excellent polishing, our customer service sets us apart from the rest of the yacht marble restoration companies in South France. There are quite a few yacht marble polishing installation services for you to choose from for your yacht in the Alpes Maritimes area, but Yacht Nett Riviera outshines them all. There are many reasons why you should choose Yacht Nett Riviera for your yacht marble polishing services.

  • Most importantly, our main goal is to provide the best customer service in the industry.
  • Of course, it is also important to do a great job. It has always been an important goal, however, for us at Yacht Nett Riviera to be able to provide superior yacht marble polishing services and cleaning but also to provide excellent customer service as well. In order to accomplish this goal, we will show up at your home or your marina to clean and polish the yacht marble surfaces in the boat.
  • We will go above and beyond to make our customers happy. Our employees have over 17 years of experience in the yacht marble polishing and cleaning industry.

We are ready to serve you and your yacht marble polishing needs today!


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How marble needs to be clean daily ?

Clean stone surfaces with a ph neutral cleaner, stone soap, or a mild liquid dishwashing detergent (such as Dawn) and warm water.Similar to any item cleaned in your home, an excessive concentration of cleaner or soap may leave a film and cause streaks. Follow manufacturer recommendations. Use a clean rag mop on floors and a soft cloth for other surfaces for best results. Rinse the surface thoroughly after washing with the soap solution and dry with a soft cloth.

Do I need to change The rinse water frequently ?

In the bath or other wet areas, soap scum can be minimized by using a squeegee after each use.To remove soap scum, use a non-acidic soap scum remover or a solution of ammonia and water (about 1/2 cup ammonia to a gallon of water).

Frequent or over-use of an ammonia solution may eventually dull the surface of some stone types. In outdoor pool, patio or hot tub areas, flush with clear water and use mild bleach solution to remove algae
or moss.

How to select right cleaning products?

Many suppliers offer products used for stone cleaning. Products that are citrus based, contain vinegar or other acids may dull or etch calcareous stones. Scouring powders or creams often contain abrasives that may scratch certain stones. Many commercially available rust removers (laundry rust stain removers, toilet bowl cleaners) contain trace levels of hydrofluoric acid (HF). This acid attacks silicates in addition to other minerals. All stones, including granite and quartzite, will be attacked if exposed to HF. Do not mix ammonia and bleach.This combination creates a toxic and lethal gas.

How to reduce stains on the marble?

Blot the spill with a paper towel immediately. Don’t wipe the area, it will spread the spill. Flush the area with water and mild soap and rinse several times. Dry the area thoroughly with a soft cloth. Repeat as necessary.

Sealing or not?

Sealing is a common step taken on some stones as an extra precaution against staining. In fact, the best sealing products used in the stone industry are “impregnators” as opposed to inferior “topical sealers,” which form a film on the surface, wear down easily, discolor and alter the stone’s appearance. Good quality impregnating sealers are designed to penetrate below the surface of the stone and act as a repellent that won’t change the look or feel of the stone. Sealing does not make the stone stain proof, rather it makes the stone more stain resistant.

When consulting with your stone supplier, you may find that many stones do not require sealing. However, applying an impregnating sealer is a common practice.

When considering sealing, remember that sealing the stone does not make the stone stain proof, it makes it more resistant to staining and allows more time to wipe up spills before it penetrates the surface.

If a sealer is applied in a food preparation area, be sure that it is non-toxic and safe for use. Consult with your supplier or sealing manufacturer specific to the type of sealer and frequency of use


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