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Remove ink, dye and paint stains from marble by absorbing them using a paste of baking soda and water. While marble polishes to a smooth, shiny appearance, it is a porous stone that readily absorbs many stains. The prope... More »

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Gently buff the water stain with an etch remover developed for marble surfaces. Very light water marks can be buffed away with just a dry fine grade of steel wool. More »

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To remove light water stains from marble furniture, all that's required is flushing the marble surface with a mild soap mixture and then rinsing it off. For heavier water stains from hard water accumulation, buffing the ... More »

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Remove water marks from marble by covering them with a paste made from baking soda and water before scrubbing them with steel wool, if needed. This process requires baking soda, water and steel wool. Completely removing ... More »

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Water stains can be removed from a marble surface using a home remedy of baking soda and water. If no baking soda is available, it is also possible to remove water stains from a marble surface using dish soap, white vine... More »

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