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Lustro Italiano Etch Remover, 8-Ounce
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We had our marble kitchen island counter top installed one week before thanksgiving and the day after thanksgiving I was devastated to see several etch marks that had taken the shine out of my countertop. The trick with this product is to keep adding water and rub in a circular motion for several minutes. The worse the etch, the longer you need to rub. I rubbed the worse etch for 4 minutes.
My fabricator had used "bullet proof," a water based sealer…which clearly wasn't working. After reading another review I ordered and applied ProSeal by Tenax. What a difference. Now the water and liquids bead up and wipe away easily. We have granite counter tops and a marble island. The marble is so much more work then the granite. However, when people walk in the first thing they mention is how beautiful the island is.
The way I used it was:
1) Wiped down my countertop
2) Put some of the Mixture directly onto the counter and added a few drops of water
3) Took a sponge (one used for dishes) and began to work in a circular motion around the dull area (2-3 Minutes)
4) Wiped down the countertop and removed the mixture
5) Washed down countertop with water and dried with a towel
6) Used a Marble Cleaner / Sealer to spray down the countertop and seal in the shine.
7) Used a towel to dry the countertop
8) Used a Ryobi 6 in. Buffer/Polisher ($24 at Home Depot) to buff the countertop for a deeper shine!
Hope this helps anyone wanting to remove watermarks, etch marks, dull areas and spots from their countertops!
I read a few of the Amazon reviews. One of the reviews recommended that I use a B&D car buffer and later seal the marble with granite sealer (get the SCI Spray-N-Seal Sealer), so I bought all three things from Amazon for a total of $85. That was cheap in my mind, because I was concerned about home resale value. That etch mark was huge and it was right near the home entry. I applied the solution as shown in the video (with little to show for it), then I followed the advice of one of the reviewers, buffing it with the car buffer. I used the towel-type cover. It was a little hard to control, but because some of the solution was embedded in the towel, it worked. Everytime I lifted the buffer, I noticed more and more of the etching smoothing out. When enough of it had been smoothed, I stopped and cleaned the counters with water and then worked on sealing it.
Seriously, other than a couple of spots that I missed, you can't tell the counter had ever been damaged. This is truly an amazing product. And even though they market it for minor etch marks, mine was anything but minor, and it still worked! Like the reviewer who used a buffer stated, I don't think it would have worked without the buffer.