You may want to try a poultice with Drytreat's Oxyklenza. Possibly Klenztone #4 as a deep cleaning topical cleaner.

Tim Lesnar
Classic Marble Restoration 612.250.0041 (c)
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From: Doug Smith
Date: Mon, Dec 5, 2016 1:41 PM
Subject:Limestone Hearth

Hi Partners,

We have a consumer that has a stain on his Hearth (see pics).
At the suggestion of some of our Partners he has tried:

1. A low level Peroxide and the stain lightened somewhat
2. Then.....a Hearth Cleaner and the stain lightened even more.

We are looking to see if there may be another solution that may help erase the stain completely.
Please see pics attached of his progress in removing the stain.

If you have any additional ideas please let me know.
Also, if you need more info as well.

Thanks much,


Doug Smith
Stone and Tile PROS/Id Est Productions
15155 W. Colonial Drive
Winter Garden, FL 34778
877-842-8249, Ext. 727
407-754-4560 Direct Line
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