I would try using a Monkey Pad 200 or 400 pad. If you used a 200 grit resin one of the Monkey Pads might be the answer.  The puck would also work but for these to work properly  you need weight on the machine.

I would try the monkey pads first.




From: [] On Behalf Of Ron Moore
Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2015 7:10 PM
Subject: Packing marks



I'm in a tight spot with a contractor who is with holding payment on a 7,000 SF marble repair. The scope was remove all scratches, clean and re hone. This is complete however there are these "ghost" marks on the stone that I can only guess came from packing materials. I did a test area using a hand machine and starting with a 200 grit resin, it worked. Now my dilemma is they are ALL OVER this 7,000 sf. It is not feasible to do it all by hand. The lippage poses a problem. John Freitag, do you think the cheetah pucks would work? ? I'm going to attach a picture of the marks. Any advice would be welcome. Thanks in advance.

Ron Moore
American Stone Care, Inc.
Cell 301.602.2307

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