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Opaque stains (vinegar, lemon, cola, wine, scale remover)

Natural stone

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Many substances, such as vinegar, lemon, cola, wine and scale removers, are slightly acidic and damage the polish of marble and polished natural stone, leaving behind opaque stains. If the damage is light, the surface of the marble becomes matte and the effect can be seen against the light, while more serious damage results in white stains which are rough to the touch.

  • To restore small areas such as bathroom and kitchen tops, windowsills and so on, we recommend using the MARBLE RESTORER kit.

 

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