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Choosing the right kit for rust stains on your marble is the key to successful removal of both the etching and the rust. Select this kit if you have a rust stain or an etch on your marble surface.
The video above features the etch remover included with this stone care kit.
One of the most pesky stains to remove from marble is rust. They can occur on marble surfaces easily because it only takes two everyday substance to cause a rust stain. Those two substances are metal and water. When they occupy the same space, they will react and rust forms. If this reaction happens on a marble surface that is not sealed - or not sealed well - the marble can absorb the rust into its pores and this will leave a rust stain on the marble surface. While marble is not the only natural stone that can be stained by rust, it is a little more 'touchy' than granite or other quartz based stones.
Removing rust stains from marble is different from removing rust stains from other stones (like granite) because of the stone's composition. It needs the additional step of removing the etch that is caused by the rust remover. As a result, an etch remover is needed. This kit removes, not only rust stains but also etch marks or water stains. Since the kit includes etch remover, the etch remover can be used on its own without the rust remover to eliminate etching that occur on marble surfaces from acidic household liquids like citrus juice or vinegar.
To restore and maintain your marble surface's natural beauty by removing those unsightly rust stains and dull spots caused by etching, complete the following five step process:
By using an approved care system like the one described here, your marble will be restored and you will build up a resistance on the marble to stains in the future. Just use the stone cleaner ond polish regularly (once or twice a month) and your stone will will hold its luster and resist not only rust, but also etching and other stains.