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we use a process using glass bead usually #8 or #10 size glass bead...we shoot it out of a pressure pot (Clemco)...at about 40-50 psi with a light material feed...you can use 30 grit sand and pressures up to 90 psi for rock features and any natural stone work ie flagstone, rock, brick etc...the result is brand new looking material...than we seal it twice with a high quality silicone based sealer...do not use sealer on natural stone work of any kind around water...customers are very, very happy with these results...maintain proper PH and you should see a good lasting job for 3-5 summers...where after you can re-sell the job to the customer and do it all over again...typical job ranges between $550-$850...with a good margin for profit...job goes better with a helper with you

 

best, Mike

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