They left the scrap pieces of Silestone with me. I want to use these scraps to make a table top, a board on which to knead dough, and a top to put outside next to my charcoal grill.
Problem is the edges of the Silestone scraps are rough.
The installers had to cut a couple of my backsplashes and they polished the cut ends using what looked like sanding discs on the cut- off grinder. I think that all I need to polish the edges of the Silestone scrap is something like a buffing disk with different grits -- start with maybe 60 grit, go to 180 or 220 or more as the Silestone is polished.
Anyone out there know how to do this??