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How to polish cultured marble countertops

  • Written by  Danny Lipford
How to polish cultured marble countertops

Before polishing cultured marble, you’ll want to clean it as well as possible.

If you have removed the existing faucets like we have, you may need to use a heavy-duty degreaser to clean those areas.

Once the surface dirt is removed, you can begin polishing. Use a soft, clean cloth to apply automotive polishing compound to the entire surface. Once the polish hazes over, you are ready to sand out any scratches.

Mist the surface with water before using one thousand grit sandpaper to wet-sand any scratched areas. Then rinse and wipe down the surface.

Finally, apply one more coat of polishing compound, let it haze and buff it off. If you have one, a motorized automotive buffer is a great option for this final buffing.

 Watch the video for details.

For more information, visit TodaysHomeowner.com.

 

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