Shortly after her on-site estimate, we were contracted to complete her marble floor stain removal and restore her floor to like new condition. The work was scheduled over 2 days about a week apart. On the first day, we applied a poultice with a bleaching additive. A week later when the poultice was dry, we returned to remove it and restore the floor.
The ideal way to deal with a stain is to clean/blot it immediately. The longer it remains, the more difficult it becomes to remove stains from marble. But in case it is too late and the stain stays, there are some DIY marble stain removal techniques that you can try.
Oil Stains. These are typically darker in the center and they scatter out in a circular shape. Oil marble stains can be made by all sorts of greasy household substances and are perhaps the hardest of all marble stains to remove.
Rust stains are probably the most difficult of marble stains to remove. However, in some cases rust stains can be removed with a marble poultice. The most effective solvent for rust stains are a liquid commercial rust remover. Be sure to buy a rust remover that is non-acidic, this is critical because an acidic rust remover will make the problem worse. To make the poultice view the poultice section below.
Directions for use:
The surface has to be completely dry and free from fat, wax, polish etc. Move plants and protect metal surfaces.
Spray HG Marble and Natural Stone Stain Colour Remover onto the surface from a distance of 3-5 cm and leave to penetrate for 30 minutes before wiping off the surface with a sponge and water.
Repeat the treatment in case of the deeper stains. Stains become more difficult to remove with age and may even become impossible.
Furthermore surface damage can be caused by the acidic nature of wine, fruit juices, cola etc. if left for too long. Therefore spot marks should always be removed as quickly as possible.
After treatment with HG Marble Stain Colour Remover remove spray attachment and rinse with water. Replace the cap securely.
Attention: Avoid splashes on clothes and fabrics as HG Marble and Natural Stone Stain Colour Remover has a strong bleaching effect. Stains caused by fat, oil, grease etc. can be removed with