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How can we remove soap scum and fix marble chips on marble sink?

Q: We have two marble bathroom bowls that have soap scum on them. The bowls also have some chips on the surface.

A: A good quality soap scum remover should be able to solve the problem (assuming the problem is, in fact, soap scum), but the chips on the surface would need to be handled by a professional. We recommend soap scum remover from Stone Care Central.

Fred Hueston
Chief Technical Director
www.stoneandtilepros.com
www.stoneforensics.com



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