My housecleaning service may have used an acid-based bathroom cleaner on my marble vanity top and caused damage. Can this be fixed?
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Q. My housecleaning service may have used an acid-based bathroom cleaner on my marble vanity top and caused damage. Can this be fixed?
A. If the damaged area is small and not too severe, you can try to fix it yourself with a quality marble polishing powder or compound from Stone Care Central. However, it sounds like too much damage may have occurred and the best remedy would be to use the services of a reputable stone restoration contractor to repair the damage made by your employees. To find the closest one to you
visit the Find a PRO
pages at stoneandtilepros.com.
Then, download and print our Stonecare Guide
and make all of your household cleaning staff read it.
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