Honed quartzite question
I called around to local stone yards to see if they have quartzites in stock. They do but they (Luce DI Luna, Madre Perola, etc.) are all polished. When I asked if they sell honed quartzite (in an effort to nip the etching problem in the bud), they told me they do not as it would rob the stone of its' protective layer and natural beauty. True or False? Can the fabricator hone the stone for me or do I need to find a honed slab at a stone yard? Is honed stone not going to solve the etching problem?