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How to remove stain from cork backed trivet on marble

Q. a cork backed trivet stained the marble. Can it be removed by one of your recommended products or methods?



A. Yes, you will most likely need to use a poultice that you can make, or if convenience appeals to you, try Dr. Freds Stain Sponge. Either way, it may take several applications depending on deep the stain is. You can learn more about creating a poultice by reading the section on stain management in the Stone Care Guide (www.stoneandtilepros.com/care-guide.pdf) or visiting Stone and Tile PROS’ Stain Removal Application. To purchase a poultice kit, visit Stone Care Central.You can find Dr. Fred’s Stain Sponge here.

Fred Hueston
Chief Technical Director
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