Material Finish

Material Finish

Types of Surfaces

Flamed

Surface?

This finish is a rough and textured finish applied to natural stones. Subjecting high-temperature heat or torch on the stone surface, most of the carbon content is burnt off and textured quartzite with gentle colorations is left. Flamed finishes are famous for outdoor use.

Polished

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A polished finish is the most common type of finish and is less susceptible to staining. Produced by creating an appropriate amount of heat on the natural stone, the finish can be used for wall and flooring applications.

Bush Hammered

Surface?

A bush hammered finish is achieved through the use of a high impact machine or hand tool. By uniformly pitting the stone’s surface, a large number of close and small indents are created. The finish can be used for flooring in wet environments as the slip resistance texture.

Laputoro

Surface?

This stone finish is especially famous for natural stone slabs. The finish offers semi rough and semi smooth look on the stone surface that is mainly used for flooring, cladding, rooftop and pool areas.

Shot Blasted

Surface?

Shot blasted finish involves blasting of the natural stone surface with small iron balls at high speeds. This removes the top surface layer of a material, giving rough surface stone. The finish is generally used for walls, patios, landscape design applications, etc.

Honed

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Honed finish is more rustic finish, and is created by buffing the stone to slightly less than the highest level. The finish has a smooth touch of polished surface and can be used for high-traffic areas such as floors, stairs, and thresholds.

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