Stain Removing Powder For Natural Stone
Lustro Italiano stain remover pouch draws stains out of the following natural stone materials:
Since all stains are unique, you need to try to determine some other factors that will come into play with regard to removing the stain. Some of these factors include:
- Do you know exactly what the stain is?
- Do you know if the stone had been sealed after the stain was created?
The answer to these questions can drastically effect how easily the stain will come out and if you are using the correct poultice powder. Knowing which product to use and following the proper steps to counteract the stain can make the stain removal much easier.
Also, some really tough stains that have been in the stone for a long time may require multiple applications.
As a rule of thumb, if a stain goes in, it can come out. This applies about 98% of the time. It is just a matter of finding the correct poultice that will draw that stain out.
Lustro Italiano Stain Remover is designed specifically for normal household organic stains including:
By utilizing the stain process reversal technique, Lustro Italiano Poultice Powder draws the stain out of the stone. Designed to remove stains such as oil, grease, wine, tea, coffee, and other organic stains out of granite, marble, travertine, limestone, terrazzo, concrete, brick, sanded grout, etc.
Powder is effective and easier to use on larger stains (larger than 4" x 6") (See the "HOW TO USE" tab next to this one or see the video below).
For stains smaller than 4" x 6" you may find the convenient Lustro Italiano
stain remover pouch to be an easier solution for your task. It makes use of the same poultice powder in a tea bag-like applicator.
Lustro Italiano is the best granite stain removal because it is safe, easy to use, naturally pulls the counter top stain from the stone into the poultice. No harmful chemicals
Before treating, determine if the stain is the only treatment needed. Ask yourself, "What kind of stone is it?" Is it a quartz based stone like granite or is it a calcite based stone like marble? This step is imperative because the stain may need additional treatment if it is a calcite based stone.