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Is there a low cost option to repair my marble table top or do I have to have the whole (huge) surface sanded and re polished?

Q. Is there a low cost option to repair my etched marble table top or do I have to have the whole (huge) surface sanded and re polished?

A. If the etch is very deep you may have to call in a restoration pro. However, before you do that, you should try to repair it yourself with a high quality marble etch remover from Stone Care Central.

If you find that you do need to call in a PRO, you can locate a qualified stone restoration contractor at www.stoneandtilepros.com  

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