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Whatever you call them: 'Water Stains', 'Water Spots', 'White Film', or 'Etches', Lustro Italiano doesn't care what their called, it works on them to restore the luster that characterizes your marble stone.
Lustro Italiano Etch and Water Mark Remover is a polishing compound that is a combination of specially formulated polishing powders designed to specifically remove etch marks, water marks, water rings, dull spots, and even light scratches on marble, travertine, limestone, alabaster, and onyx stone.
Lemon, lime, vinegar, soda(coke), spray cleaners that are acidic based or have vinegar in them. These are some of common household items that will cause dull spots on marble.
How do you prevent dull spots, etching on marble and keep my marble polished and looking great?
The short answer to that question is, you cannot prevent etching on any stone that contains calcite. However, if you ask 'How can I protect my marble from etching or dull spots?' the answer is... Sealer.
It is very important, critical, vital in fact, to seal your marble every 6 months to a year, depending on how much the stone is used. Marble is like a sponge and will absorb everything! Sealing is the best way to protect against etching and staining on marble. Even though there is no way to prevent etches or stains on stone with calcite, sealing stone will add a protective barrier to the surface that helps you maintain the stone's appearance. Sealing your marble with a premium sealer like the Lustro Italiano premium grade sealer will give you a much longer time to clean up the spill. Also, it will protect against staining from wine, oil, mustard, ketchup, and other normal household items. Also, its important to know that if an etch or dull spot on marble has occurred, the acid that caused the etch has most definitely removed the sealer that was on the stone. That means that you Must reseal the stone where the etch was. But if it etched, there is a great possibility that the entire stone needs to be sealed.
Is the Lustro Italiano Etch Remover meant for honed marble?
Yes, it can be used on honed marble. You just have to be a little careful on the honed marble because it will want to polish it back up to a polished finish. So we would advise to just go for 10-15 seconds, stop and then check to make sure you get the finish you want.
Simply apply a spoon full of Lustro Italiano Etch Remover over the etch or water mark. Using a rag, rub the Etch Remover over the blemish by hand. Continue to rub into the desired area for approximately 3 minutes and the etch and water mark will be mechanically removed and re polished back to the original factory finish. Make sure to re-seal the surface with Lustro Italiano Stone Sealer as the original sealer on the stone will be compromised. Removes etchs on Marble, Travertine, Limestone, Alabaster, and Onyx. Does not work on granite or quartz based stone. Lustro Italiano Etch Remover is sold by 8 ounce weight. Please note that the container will not be completely filled to the top.
Understanding what caused the dull spots in the first place is important. Polished marble will have a very nice high gloss. However, marble is not the easiest stone to take care of. Marble is a calcite based stone that is 'soft' in nature. When something acidic touches marble, the acid will chemically react with the calcite in the stone and 'eat' or start dissolving the stone. If the stone is not sealed properly, this can happen in seconds! Once the surface has been removed, the marble will have a dull spot. If the acid has sat on the surface for a longer time, the stone will then feel rough to the touch.