Stone Benchtop Chip Repair

Caesarstone Chip Repair - Stone Benchtop Chip Repair

Caesarstone Chip Repairs & Stone Benchtop Chip Repair

including Granite, Marble , Quartz & Stone.

Caesarstone, Quantum Quartz, Essastone, Silestone, Smartstone, Stone Ambassador, Stone Italiana, Trendstone, Technistone, Cambria.

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Caesarstone Chip Repair & All Brands

Stone benchtop chip repairs & Caesarstone chip repair are the most common of all repairs. Ultimately three ways exist for caesarstone chip repair;

 

1) applying a stone adhesive fill, which is an epoxy that is colour matched. To the base colour of the caesarstone benchtop. Stone adhesives are NOT designed for modern engineered caesarstone benchtops. Similarly Caesarstone, Essastone, Silestone, Quantum Quartz etc. Caesarstone chip repair done with this method are cheaper, but often fall out and stain easily. Epoxy chip repairs never have the fleck, a perfect colour match to the original stone.

 

2)  UV epoxy resin fill, whilst theses chip repairs have great durability they have very limited results due to the complex natural. The result are often a clear to yellow fill and a definite patch. See here for inferior caesarstone chip repairs

3)  Stone Guys, caesarstone chip repair are done using the latest knowledge and technology ensuring that a near perfect match. Achieved using the components the stone is originally made from. Why our caesarstone chip repair cost a little more but have the durability and finish of the original caesarstone.

CHIP REPAIR INFORMATION

Stone guys, stone benchtop chip repair are done using the latest knowledge and technology ensuring that a near perfect match is achieve by using the components the stone is originally made from. Why our caesarstone chip repairs cost a little more but have the durability and finish of the original caesarstone.

Resulting in a stone benchtop chip repair that is near to perfection. See below as results speak for themselves.

Dull Spots & Watemarks

If for some reason you have a dull, hazy or a spot that looks like the polish has been removed. It generally will be damage to the stone from a cleaning product. Contact us with some photos for further help.

Stains

Stone Guys range of cleaning, stain removal and polishing products have been especially developed and are the only products on the market that actual work. If you are unsure what products suit your needs, email us.

Cleaning & Care

Similarly new surface finishes matte & new marble look engineered stone are NOT anymore difficult to look after. You need the right advice and the right cleaning products. Dr. Google should not be your first stop!

Next Generation Caesarstone Chip Repair

Stone Guys caesarstone chip repair have always been at the forefront of the stone industry. Using time old techniques, attention to detail coupled with modern technology developed inhouse. Enables the best repairs for your caesarstone, no fuss and near perfection every time.

Stone Benchtop Chip Repair

Caesarstone chip repair, Essastone chip repair, Silestone chip repair, Quantum Quartz chip repair, Marble chip repairs. Ultimately any stone or brand of engineered, caesarstone & stone benchtop chip repair are rebuilt. Using the fleck, quartz and base materials of the stone. Hence giving a near perfect and seamless result. Years of stone restoration techniques and modern technology enable caesarstone chip repair, leaving others wondering how it is done.

The photos below are 1) Dr. Google advise to use Super Glue and 2) a competitor using old methods that simply do NOT work.
Why would you risk wasting time, money and disappointment on your biggest asset in your home?

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No fuss stone benchtop chip repair

Stone Repairs

Explore our latest repairs including; including stone benchtop chip, caesarstone benchtop crack damage, caesarstone burn repairs, stone benchtop stains.

Caesarstone Chip Repair

Caesarstone Crack Repair

Stain Removal

Cleaning Caesarstone

Water Marks

Dull Marks

Polish

Cutting Granite & Caesarstone

All repairs for any stone

Modifications for cutting stone and caesarstone including cutouts for cooktops and sinks. Specifically using a system that ensure dust is minimised.

Granite – Marble – Quartz

Caesarstone – Essastone – Silestone

Trendstone – Smartstone – Technistone

Stone Ambassador – Stone Italiana

Cleaning Caesarstone

We have you covered.

Essastone – Caesarstone – Silestone

Granite – Marble – Quartz – Quantum Quartz

Stone Italiana – Stone Ambassador

Trendstone – Smartstone – Cambria

Dull Polish Caesarstone

If for some reason you have a dull caesarstone polish, matte caesarstone, marble look stone benchtop, watermarks as per the photo below. Hazy or a spot that looks like the polish has been removed. Most likely it will be the cleaning agents you are using. Dull caesarstone polish is from a build up of contaminants and caustic compounds contained in most off the shelf stone cleaners.

Or if you have Dr. Google the issue it may be damage to the stone from a cleaning product or method used for trying to remove a stone benchtop stain. Contact us with some photos, a description of the issue and what you have used to try and remove the stains.

Stains Caesarstone

Cleaning caesarstone stains or any other stone benchtop stains are caused by generally. By organic compound contaminants such as; Turmeric (spices), lily (flowers) pollen, metal mineral salts (hard water), rustinks and dyes. All can be easily removed with especially designed surface decontamination products which will not damage the surface finish (polished or matte) or yellow lighter colours overtime.
Dull Spots
Shadows, dull patches, white spots, hazing or dull stone surfaces are from caustic or abrasive cleaners which have a pH higher than 8 or lower than 6. These include most popular cleaning products such as windex (glass cleaner), JIF, gumption, caesarstone cream cleanser (cream cleansers), non scratch scrubbing pads, bleach or any products containing sodium salt and/or surfacts. Hence our main photo highlights this type of damage as these issues are NOT stains.

Cleaning Stone Benchtops Stain caesarstone removal

If you are unsure what pH range or the ingredients of your currently cleaning products are, type the name of the product and sds into google to find the safety data sheet or contact the manufacturer directly. For a great information source on how to clean caesarstone stains or any other stone – click.

29 Comments
  • Wilson
    Posted at 12:22h, 09 October Reply

    Could you please quote for the repair of a 30cm crack on a kitchen bench top? Thanks

    • it
      Posted at 12:09h, 12 October Reply

      Please email us at info@thestoneguy.com.au with some photos of the damamge and one of our customer service team will be in contact

      Thanks

      The Stone Guy

  • carrie-anne gordon
    Posted at 17:17h, 07 January Reply

    Ha much per chip I have two that need repairing

    Thanks

    • it
      Posted at 08:24h, 08 January Reply

      Please send photos of the damage and your suburb through to info@thestoneguy.com.au

      Thanks
      The Stone Guy

  • Harold
    Posted at 10:38h, 24 January Reply

    We are in Alphington in Melbourne.
    Do you have agents for your products in Melbourne?
    Can recommend a service man in Melbourne?
    Thanks.

    • it
      Posted at 09:10h, 26 January Reply

      Hello Harold

      We service all of Australia & New Zealand including Melbourne

  • Allira Gething
    Posted at 21:47h, 20 April Reply

    Hi! My husband has splashed a bit of Caustic acid, right in the middle of our Essastone bench top!! There’s about 7 small droplets etched white, I can’t hide it! The bench top is 4 metres long and I’m hoping there’s a way to counteract the reaction. He thinks we need to polish and re seal the whole 4 meters! Please help!! We are in Geraldton WA.

    • it
      Posted at 17:11h, 21 April Reply

      Unfortunately you will need a repair from us as it has been chemically etched

      please email some photos of the damage through to us at

      info@thestoneguy.com.au

  • Victor Maslaris
    Posted at 07:20h, 23 July Reply

    I have some scratches / grazes on the surface if our jet black caesarstone benchtop. Location is right under a window. Can this be repaired.

    • it
      Posted at 18:54h, 26 January Reply

      Yes they can be repaired

      Please send some photos and your address to our Customer Service Team @ info@thestoneguy.com.au

  • john saunders
    Posted at 17:50h, 26 October Reply

    Hi we have a chip in our caesarstone benchtop
    can you assist >???

    • it
      Posted at 16:56h, 26 January Reply

      Please send some photos along with your address to our customer service team and they will promptly get back to you

  • Angela
    Posted at 11:00h, 31 October Reply

    Need a quote for a few chips

    • it
      Posted at 16:56h, 26 January Reply

      Please send some photos along with your address to our customer service team and they will promptly get back to you

  • Les Randall
    Posted at 09:21h, 04 November Reply

    Have you an agent in the newcastle area
    I have benchtop with 4 small chips
    The bench is as your first picture and the chips are not as big
    Whst cost am i looking at
    Regards

    • it
      Posted at 16:56h, 26 January Reply

      Please send some photos along with your address to our customer service team and they will promptly get back to you

  • Rosalyn Goundar
    Posted at 17:11h, 08 November Reply

    Hi i have caesarstone island bench to which i want to add a timber component as an extended bench but also looks like a feature. Do you have any suggestions. Thanks

    • it
      Posted at 16:47h, 26 January Reply

      We advise you talk to you Architect

      Thanks

  • Danica Fairbairn
    Posted at 12:52h, 12 November Reply

    Hi
    I have a few cracks near my kitchen sink.
    Could this be fixed?

    • it
      Posted at 16:20h, 26 January Reply

      Yes they can, we are able to fuse the stone back together and reestablish the integrity of the stone, colour and finish

      Please email you photos of the damage including your address to info@thestoneguy.com.au

  • Ann A
    Posted at 05:52h, 05 December Reply

    Do you serive Gladstone cental queensland please?

    • it
      Posted at 16:15h, 26 January Reply

      Hello and yes we do, we service all of Australia

      If you send some photos through to our Customer Service Team @ info@thestoneguy.com.au
      They will have a tech look at them and quote you for the repairs.

      From there we can schedule the repair in for you

      Thanks

  • Amanda
    Posted at 14:29h, 05 December Reply

    We have a chip on the corner of our bench top that needs to be repaired we are based in Perth

    • it
      Posted at 16:14h, 26 January Reply

      If you send some photos through to our Customer Service Team @ info@thestoneguy.com.au
      They will have a tech look at them and quote you for the repairs.

      From there we can schedule the repair in for you

      Thanks

  • David Mitchell
    Posted at 17:10h, 06 December Reply

    Hi , I have a small chip on the corner of new bench and I live in Wollongong nsw . Can you help?

    • it
      Posted at 16:14h, 26 January Reply

      If you send some photos through to our Customer Service Team @ info@thestoneguy.com.au
      They will have a tech look at them and quote you for the repairs.

      From there we can schedule the repair in for you

      Thanks

    • it
      Posted at 16:55h, 26 January Reply

      Please send some photos along with your address to our customer service team and they will promptly get back to you

  • Emma Stephenson
    Posted at 21:27h, 21 March Reply

    Hi,

    Our marble dining table was damaged in transit from melbourne to perth.
    It has several cracks, we were after a quote, to see how much it would cost to have repaired?

    We can send through photos if needed.

    Thanks,

    Emma

    • National Technical Manager
      Posted at 17:39h, 08 October Reply

      Good Morning

      Please email us at quotes@stoneguys.com.au with some photos and your address

      Thanks
      Customer Service Team
      Stone Guys

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