Wax Polish

Wax polish is considered a good option for marble surfaces for several reasons, but it's important to note that the choice of the best maintenance product depends on the specific needs and condition of your marble that’s why Suire Polex has designed unique wax polish series for your every surface need. Here are some advantages of using wax polish on marble, wood & other surfaces.

  1. Restores Shine: wax polish contains compounds that can effectively restore the natural shine and luster of marble & wood surfaces. Over time, surfaces can become dull and lose their gloss due to surface wear, staining, and general use. Wax polish helps bring back that attractive, glossy appearance.
  2. Protective Barrier: Wax polish forms a protective layer on the surface of the marble. This barrier can help prevent stains, spills, and minor scratches from penetrating the stone. It acts as a shield, reducing the likelihood of damage to the marble.
  3. Enhances Water Resistance: Wax polish can improve the water resistance of surface, which is important in areas prone to moisture exposure, such as bathrooms and kitchens. It can help repel water and prevent it from seeping into the pores of the marble & wood, reducing the risk of water damage and staining.
  4. Easier Cleaning: The protective layer created by wax polish can make routine cleaning and maintenance of the surface easier. Spills and stains may be less likely to penetrate the surface, and dirt can be wiped away more easily.
  5. Long-Lasting Results: When applied correctly and maintained regularly, wax polish can provide long-lasting benefits. It doesn't need to be reapplied as frequently as some other maintenance products.

It's worth mentioning that wax polish is just one option for maintaining surface, and its effectiveness may vary depending on the specific type of surfaces, its finish, and its intended use. Some modern marble surfaces may have sealers or coatings that make wax polish unnecessary or even detrimental. In such cases, using the wrong product can lead to a build-up of residue or a hazy appearance on the marble.

Before choosing a wax polish for your marble surfaces, it's essential to consider the type of marble, its finish, and any existing treatments. It's also a good idea to consult with a professional or refer to the manufacturer's guidelines for the best care and maintenance practices for your specific surfaces.

How to use Wax Polish?

To use wax polish, you can gently apply a small amount to the marble or wood surface and then buff it with Surie Polex white pad or you can use a lint free soft cloth. The product will help to remove surface imperfections and create a protective barrier. It's important to follow the specific instructions on the product you choose, as different formulations may have slightly different application techniques.

Keep in mind that not all marble surfaces require wax polish. Some modern marble surfaces are treated with sealers or coatings that may not benefit from wax polish and could be harmed by it. It's always a good idea to test a small, inconspicuous area first and consult with a professional if you have any doubts about how to care for your specific marble surface.

Feel free to go through Surie Polex’s range of Wax Polish series. If you're still confused just send us a message with your requirements and we will tell you which surface wax to polish or which wax suits for your surface.