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Another effective way to protect marble is to use a membrane. This method is particularly useful in conditions of increased mechanical stress, where there is a risk of scratches, chips, or other damage.
A membrane is a thin layer of durable material that adheres to the surface of the marble. The membrane is transparent and virtually invisible, so it does not alter the stone’s appearance. It has high wear resistance and can protect marble even from strong physical impacts.
The use of a membrane also simplifies marble maintenance. Any stains or dirt can be easily removed from the membrane surface, and there is no need to worry about harmful substances penetrating the stone’s pores.
A membrane retains its protective properties for a long time, but like any other coating, it requires periodic renewal. However, the process of replacement is relatively simple: the old membrane is removed, the marble surface is cleaned and polished, and then a new membrane is applied.
Thus, using a membrane to protect marble is a reliable and cost-effective solution. This method is suitable for protecting both domestic marble surfaces and monumental structures or building facades.
Properties: This layer provides the film with resistance to high temperatures up to 200 degrees Celsius. It prevents deformation and changes in the film’s properties when exposed to high temperatures, making it suitable for use on surfaces exposed to thermal influences. The hydrophobic layer remains transparent, preserving the visibility of the protected surface through it.
Properties: This layer makes the film hydrophobic, meaning it repels water and liquids. This ensures easy cleaning and long-term protection against water spots and streaks. The hydrophobic layer also prevents saturation and damage to the surface while maintaining visibility through the transparent film.
Properties: This layer is designed to absorb impacts and pressure, ensuring protection for the substrate and the surface. The elastic layer enhances shock absorption and reduces the risk of damage when the film is subjected to external forces. It can also prevent the formation of air bubbles between the film and the surface.
Properties: This layer serves as the foundation of the film, providing its strength and structural integrity. The base layer is made of transparent polyurethane, maintaining transparency and the color underneath it. It exhibits high resistance to wear and scratches.