Gloss finish

The high gloss finish (mirror or water finish) is considered a finish obtained by the method of crystallization or similar methods.
This finish is obtained by means of a physical-chemical treatment of the stone through crystallization with powder, a traditional technique or mixed technique depending on the type of stone or its nature.
Besides the aesthetic aspect, the gloss finish closes the pores of the stone to extend the lifetime of the floor and its overall resistance. This is the most common finish for indoor floors in marble or granite.


The term glossy is very large and relative. This type of finish covers in general both polished stone (mechanical gloss), crystallized stone (gloss by crystallization and similar methods) as well as the gloss enhancing treatments (wax and emulsion).