40 volume Oreor cream by L'Oréal is the fastest color stain remover I've ever seen and used on natural Stone and concrete. It may work on cultured marble too.
It's a hair lightning product that you can buy a beauty salon store.
Just poured over the stain and let it sit you don't need to cover it usualy works in hours.
If the finish does get damaged you can polish it by first sanding it with an orbital sander with a vacuum using 400, 1000, 1500 grit then polishing it with a car polishing compound. You need to buy at an autobody supply store. 3M has some good compounds. We refinish cultured marble often. You just got to make sure you don't go through the gelcoat otherwise the fiberglass Matt will show then you just bought the countertop.
Cultured marble is more like the finish of a Corvette than of any real or engineered stone. Think gel coat over a plaster like substrate. Most stone people will not touch it. It is prone to crazing and staining.<sigimg0>PresidentMobile: 309.251.3192-------- Original Message --------
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Hi Everyone,I've noticed that the following question was not answered. Does anyone have a suggestion for this one?Thanks much,Good morning partners, any suggestions on removing a stain out of cultured marble without damaging the gloss? Thanks in advance.
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