Majestic Marble Etch Remover
Item # MAJR05
Majestic Marble Etch Remover is a special blend of polishing compounds formulated to remove light etching and water stains from polished marble, travertine and limestone. Marble can be polished with ease without the use of special tools leaving a beautiful shine on your stone surfaces, keeping them looking like new.
Marble, travertine, terrazzo, limestone and onyx
Available Sizes: 8 oz. bottle, Case of 12
- Maintains a beautiful and natural look for your natural stone surface
- Indefinite self life: If the product ever settles/dries out just add water to reconstitute into a slurry
- Easily removes most water rings, etches, moderate mineral deposits, and light scratching.
- Liquid formula eliminates irritating dust unlike other polishing products
- Made in America
Fast, Powerful & Easy to Use!
Detailed Product Information – (Downloadable Adobe PDF Files)
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HELLO, I HAVE BEEN PURCHASING YOUR MARBLE ETCH REMOVER PRODUCT THRU AMAZON AND CAN NO LONGER FIND IT ON THEIR WEBSITE. IS IT POSSIBLE TO STILL PURCHASE ONLINE OR IN A STORE? TRIED EVERYWHERE I KNOW TO TRY, AND HAVEN’T HAD MUCH LUCK.
THANK YOU .
There are a few ways to order:
1.Through our online PRO store (there is a link at the top of the page for the Pro store @ sccpro.com).
2.Through our homeowner stone @ https://www.stonecarecentral.com
3.Call our Main Office @ 800-342-4533
4.Email us at email@example.com
I have bleach etching damage on brown marble stairs. Will this product be good for correcting the damage? It looks like the bleach water spilled from a washing machine being moved and it was probably there for a good while. Would it help if I sanded the area a little first before using the etch remover?
Thanks for your help and any recommendations.
Try the Etch Remover by itself first.
If not successful, sand with 400 grit hand pad then use the Etch Remover.
Can you tell me if the stone needs to be resealed after using the etch remover?