Majestic Bath and Shower Cleaner
"Simply the best etch remover and marble polish available."
This extremely popular, professional grade yet easy to use, high quality Marble Polishing Compound is just what the doctor ordered for removing the majority of “water stains” (etching) and light scratches to restore the polish to most marble, travertine, alabaster (marble-onyx), onyx and polished limestone not by coating, but by abrasion and friction (like polishing a gemstone) as it was originally done in the factory.
Fred Hueston, PhD, renowned stone and tile expert, prolific author on stone and tile matters, and Chief Technical Director at www.StoneandTilePROs.com says, "The single most frequent question we get at stoneandtilepros.com is 'How do I remove etching?' Well, kind of. More often than not, homeowners may not refer to it as 'etching' but will mistakenly call etch marks, 'water marks,' 'water rings,' or simply 'dull spots.' But the bottom line is what they're dealing with is etching caused from some acidic liquid (too often cleaning products that should never touch marble or travertine).
"My answer is always the same: if it's a minor etching on a polished marble, travertine, etc., that is it's not so rough you can feel it with your fingertips, or if it's not a very large area, use a good quality etch remover / marble polish to restore the finish yourself. Stonecare PRO Signature ETCH REMOVER and Marble Polish is simply the best etch remover and marble polish available on the market. If it does turn out that the etch is too severe and you do have to contact a PRO you haven't invested much and you can always keep it handy to polish out any minor etching that does occur. It's a great product to keep handy if you have polished marble."
"Simply the best etch remover and marble polish available."
This extremely popular, professional grade yet easy to use, high quality Marble Polishing Compound is just what the doctor ordered for removing the majority of “water stains” (etching) and light scratches to restore the polish to most marble, travertine, alabaster (marble-onyx), onyx and polished limestone not by coating, but by abrasion and friction (like polishing a gemstone) as it was originally done in the factory.
Fred Hueston, PhD, renowned stone and tile expert, prolific author on stone and tile matters, and Chief Technical Director at www.StoneandTilePROs.com says, "The single most frequent question we get at stoneandtilepros.com is 'How do I remove etching?' Well, kind of. More often than not, homeowners may not refer to it as 'etching' but will mistakenly call etch marks, 'water marks,' 'water rings,' or simply 'dull spots.' But the bottom line is what they're dealing with is etching caused from some acidic liquid (too often cleaning products that should never touch marble or travertine).
"My answer is always the same: if it's a minor etching on a polished marble, travertine, etc., that is it's not so rough you can feel it with your fingertips, or if it's not a very large area, use a good quality etch remover / marble polish to restore the finish yourself. Stonecare PRO Signature ETCH REMOVER and Marble Polish is simply the best etch remover and marble polish available on the market. If it does turn out that the etch is too severe and you do have to contact a PRO you haven't invested much and you can always keep it handy to polish out any minor etching that does occur. It's a great product to keep handy if you have polished marble."
"Simply the best etch remover and marble polish available."
This extremely popular, professional grade yet easy to use, high quality Marble Polishing Compound is just what the doctor ordered for removing the majority of “water stains” (etching) and light scratches to restore the polish to most marble, travertine, alabaster (marble-onyx), onyx and polished limestone not by coating, but by abrasion and friction (like polishing a gemstone) as it was originally done in the factory.
Fred Hueston, PhD, renowned stone and tile expert, prolific author on stone and tile matters, and Chief Technical Director at www.StoneandTilePROs.com says, "The single most frequent question we get at stoneandtilepros.com is 'How do I remove etching?' Well, kind of. More often than not, homeowners may not refer to it as 'etching' but will mistakenly call etch marks, 'water marks,' 'water rings,' or simply 'dull spots.' But the bottom line is what they're dealing with is etching caused from some acidic liquid (too often cleaning products that should never touch marble or travertine).
"My answer is always the same: if it's a minor etching on a polished marble, travertine, etc., that is it's not so rough you can feel it with your fingertips, or if it's not a very large area, use a good quality etch remover / marble polish to restore the finish yourself. Stonecare PRO Signature ETCH REMOVER and Marble Polish is simply the best etch remover and marble polish available on the market. If it does turn out that the etch is too severe and you do have to contact a PRO you haven't invested much and you can always keep it handy to polish out any minor etching that does occur. It's a great product to keep handy if you have polished marble."
"Simply the best etch remover and marble polish available."
This extremely popular, professional grade yet easy to use, high quality Marble Polishing Compound is just what the doctor ordered for removing the majority of “water stains” (etching) and light scratches to restore the polish to most marble, travertine, alabaster (marble-onyx), onyx and polished limestone not by coating, but by abrasion and friction (like polishing a gemstone) as it was originally done in the factory.
Fred Hueston, PhD, renowned stone and tile expert, prolific author on stone and tile matters, and Chief Technical Director at www.StoneandTilePROs.com says, "The single most frequent question we get at stoneandtilepros.com is 'How do I remove etching?' Well, kind of. More often than not, homeowners may not refer to it as 'etching' but will mistakenly call etch marks, 'water marks,' 'water rings,' or simply 'dull spots.' But the bottom line is what they're dealing with is etching caused from some acidic liquid (too often cleaning products that should never touch marble or travertine).
"My answer is always the same: if it's a minor etching on a polished marble, travertine, etc., that is it's not so rough you can feel it with your fingertips, or if it's not a very large area, use a good quality etch remover / marble polish to restore the finish yourself. Stonecare PRO Signature ETCH REMOVER and Marble Polish is simply the best etch remover and marble polish available on the market. If it does turn out that the etch is too severe and you do have to contact a PRO you haven't invested much and you can always keep it handy to polish out any minor etching that does occur. It's a great product to keep handy if you have polished marble."
"Simply the best etch remover and marble polish available."
This extremely popular, professional grade yet easy to use, high quality Marble Polishing Compound is just what the doctor ordered for removing the majority of “water stains” (etching) and light scratches to restore the polish to most marble, travertine, alabaster (marble-onyx), onyx and polished limestone not by coating, but by abrasion and friction (like polishing a gemstone) as it was originally done in the factory.
Fred Hueston, PhD, renowned stone and tile expert, prolific author on stone and tile matters, and Chief Technical Director at www.StoneandTilePROs.com says, "The single most frequent question we get at stoneandtilepros.com is 'How do I remove etching?' Well, kind of. More often than not, homeowners may not refer to it as 'etching' but will mistakenly call etch marks, 'water marks,' 'water rings,' or simply 'dull spots.' But the bottom line is what they're dealing with is etching caused from some acidic liquid (too often cleaning products that should never touch marble or travertine).
"My answer is always the same: if it's a minor etching on a polished marble, travertine, etc., that is it's not so rough you can feel it with your fingertips, or if it's not a very large area, use a good quality etch remover / marble polish to restore the finish yourself. Stonecare PRO Signature ETCH REMOVER and Marble Polish is simply the best etch remover and marble polish available on the market. If it does turn out that the etch is too severe and you do have to contact a PRO you haven't invested much and you can always keep it handy to polish out any minor etching that does occur. It's a great product to keep handy if you have polished marble."

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