What’s the difference between a Nil exposure concrete polish and a burnished look?

A Nil exposure concrete polish still has a fine degree of diamond grinding, which cleans up the very surface of the concrete without exposing the aggregate. A Nil exposure floor, often considered an ‘Industrial look,’ undergoes a series of processes to help make it extremely durable. At the end of these processes, it is mechanically polished, though it does not expose any of the stone underneath. In contrast, a burnish simply means that a floor is mechanically polished. Unlike a Nil exposure floor, a burnished look does not involve a grind, although sometimes it is sanded prior to polishing.

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