Roger-Is the marble polished or honed-there are a many epoxy grout haze removal products(strippers) that should do the trick. Aqua mix sealing and coating rmover will work(easy to work with) . Mapei has a product as do most of the other big brands-see whats available in your area.If its polished use a polishing compound - 5x or MB-12** wet. Start with a small amount and a white pad-you can always get more agressive from there. If it honed use honing powder and an epoxy grout remover.
RogerIts going to depend on how thick the haze is. Sometimes it will just polish off with a standard polishing powders other times its going to take some heavy solvents. I would try the polishing powder first..If that doesnt work you may need to try acetone. Its not easy--
On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 4:50 AM, Roger Konarski <email@example.com> wrote:
Epoxy Grout HazeWe have a potential job removing epoxy grout haze film from marble tiles. What is best way to get that haze off of the stone.Thanks,Roger Konarski.
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