Barry,I couldnt find the data sheet on this stuff.But i think you can sand it off with trizact pads.I think you can apply tuff skin or stone guard to these things.
On Tue, Nov 22, 2016 at 10:30 AM, Barry Raduta <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Diamond StoneBarryThank you in advance for your thoughts.Hi to the real Stonemen of the world!I received a call from a guy that has 60 linear feet of Kemresin in a lab and he wants the "etch marks" and scratches to go away. I read about this product on the "innerweb " and it is supposed to be impervious to staining and only need linseed oil treatments every now and then. The attached photo says otherwise. I generally try to stay on the natural stone reservation, but this project might pay for some extra Christmas presents!
The right side was covered with contact paper for some reason, but the left side is more typical of the counters.
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