There is a slate like Vermont and there is a slate like that multi color, which is nothing else but compact mud, so you can put a bend-aid on it but you cant fix it.
Try a basic paint sriper. I have seen slate in showers before so there may be a solution.--
On 1/31/08, Darek Nicinski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:What ever you do it would be short term fix, and the problem will come back. Wrong stone in wrong place. To fix it temporally use Hard water an soap scum remover. spray let it sit then hone it with 230 grit brush, rinse it let it dry and color enhancer. will look good for some time.Darek
On 1/31/08, George Barnett <email@example.com> wrote:
What would be good to use for a test on the coating? Thanks.
---- Don Semi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Possibly, a previous coating is failing. If so, as you probabbly know, it
needs to be stripped, rinsed, neutralized and then sealed with an
appropriate brand that will stand up to that type of use. However, this is
only a guess unless you see it in person. Good luck.
On 1/27/08, George Barnett <email@example.com> wrote:
>Customer came into shop a couple of months back and described what I
>thought to be soap film in shower. Sold him a bottle of MB-3 and explained
>how to use it.
>He came back in to tell me the white haze did not disappear. Asked him to
>send photos. Take a look and let me know what you think. The last picture is
>what he considers the look should be from outside the shower.
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