There is a product made by a Company called Betco and they use to have and disinfectant that was acid free. I will check with them. Depending upon the cleaner t upon the cleaner the customer is using could and probably is the reason the polish is so called coming off.
I would suggest taking some of her cleaner and applying it on a new piece of stone and see what effect it has then so it to the customer , if fact I would leave the stone with the customer and allow the customer to see the effect the cleaner if this is what’s happening.
John E. Freitag
The Stone and Tile School
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Sent: Monday, March 21, 2011 6:08 PM
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Customers needs a non acidic disinfectant for marble bathroom floor. Wants to use Lysol because its "the only germ killer out there" and the reason that the polish is coming off is because" I did a bad job. "
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