I have heard that a stain will "flow" better out of a stone if it is opened up first, say with 60 grit diamonds. Is this necessary in this case?
On Aug 6, 2013, at 10:10 AM, John Freitag wrote:
Agree. Try cleaning the surface first with paint stripper, id cleaning does not work then mix your paint stripper into a poultice and apply over the stain. Allow the poultice to totally dry then remove. This could take several applications. You may need an additional application of a poultice using mineral sprits to remove any residue left behind.
From:firstname.lastname@example.org[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Ofstuart rosen Sent:Tuesday, August 06, 2013 10:44 AM To:Stone and Tile PROS Technical Support Subject:RE: [sccpartners] Removing wood stain from limestone
Good morning - we have a client that has spilled some wood stain on limestone (see attached photo). Any suggestions on how to attack this? If a poultice would be used, what sort of reagent would be suggested?