Our Etch Remover Kit allows you to repair etches and water marks on marble, travertine, limestone, onyx and quartzite. No tools or special training are required to use this kit, and everything you need to successfully get the job done is included - no hunting for additional items you found out you needed after the fact. Just open the box, follow the directions, and enjoy the hundreds in savings you achieved by doing the job yourself!
This product is provided with detailed instructions that go far beyond those provided by the manufacturer. In addition, purchasers of this product receive free, unlimited telephone technical support.
Why spend hundreds of dollars having your etches and watermarks professionally removed from your polished stone surfaces, or take a chance on unproven products with no detailed instructions or phone support? Our kit will eliminate all but the worst etches (those that have actually eaten the stone away) and all the non-penetrating watermarks and rings left on your polished marble, travertine, and limestone surfaces.
Etch marks left by juice spills, wine, vinegar, acidic cleaning products, and any other acidic substance can now be
removed by you quickly, easily, and with no special tools. Many professionals carry the contents of our etch kit with them at all times to quickly service clients with etching and watermark problems.
Our Etch Remover Kit does not require the use of special tools, training, or equipment. This product is not recommended for use on granite or to remove oil-based or water-based stains. For oil or water-based stains, please contact us at 866-801-4225.
NOTE: NOT FOR USE ON BLACK OR GREEN MARBLES - If you have etching on your black or green stones please call us at 866-801-4225 to discuss alternatives.
Here is a quick test to see if your etches can be removed without hiring a professional:
- Visually inspect the damaged area to see if the top laver has been eaten away by the acidic substance. If it has, the etch will look like a small crater that actually resides below the surface of the undamaged stone. If the etch has "cratered", you will need a professional (or professional coaching - call us at 866-801-4225) to bring the damaged area to servicable condition. If not, proceed to Step 2.
- Run your thumbnail (starting from the undamaged edge) across the damaged area. If you feel a "drop off" when passing from the undamaged area to the etch, or if the stone feels rougher in the damaged area in comparison to the undamaged area, you will need a professional (or professional coaching - call us at 866-801-4225) to bring the damaged area to serviceable condition.
- If the area is not "cratered" or rough, you can easily remove the etch yourself.