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It is a commonly encountered issue for the connections between stone components to become loose or dislodge over time. This deterioration is typically attributed to factors such as structural shifts in the building or persistent vibrations affecting the stone, for example, from appliances like dishwashers in proximity. Additionally, the age of the resin bonding the pieces together and improper maintenance can contribute to the weakening, staining, and discoloration of these joints.

This phenomenon can manifest in various stone materials, including natural marble, granite, and engineered stones such as Caesarstone, Essastone, Quantum Quartz, and Silestone, which are frequently used for kitchen benchtops.

When the integrity of these connections is compromised, it creates an opening through which food particles and liquids can infiltrate, leading to the entrapment of bacteria and subsequent discoloration. In the case of light-colored benchtops, the resin within the joint may exhibit yellowing or take on a darkened appearance due to the accumulation of trapped debris.

Our accomplished technicians conduct a meticulous process, involving the careful removal of aged resin and a thorough cleansing of the joint to eliminate all embedded contaminants. We utilize a premium-grade Italian product, exclusively employed by experienced stonemasons, which enables our technicians to skillfully blend a resin that harmonizes in color with the stone, rendering the joint less conspicuous.


An additional advantage is that this product is food-safe, in contrast to silicone, ensuring a hygienic surface. Once the joint is refilled with our resin, it promptly solidifies, permitting the swift resumption of countertop use.

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