Restore the shine of marble floors or counter tops by buffing with a polishing compound. For scratches and grooves, use sandpaper to remove the grooves, then buff with the polishing compound. More »

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Restore the shine to a marble surface by preparing the surface, sanding the marble with a power sander, then buffing the surface with a marble polishing compound. The type of marble and the extent of the damage determine... More »

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Tips for cleaning a marble floor include dust mopping frequently to prevent the buildup of dirt and wiping up spills immediately. A microfiber or cloth dust mop picks up dirt and grime so it does not have a chance to scr... More »

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Restore the shine to a marble surface by preparing the surface, sanding the marble with a power sander, then buffing the surface with a marble polishing compound. The type of marble and the extent of the damage determine... More »

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To polish metal, you need a buffing compound and a revolving buffing wheel. Choose the buffing compound for the type of metal you are polishing. Apply a light amount of the compound onto the buffing wheel and press the w... More »

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Jewelry that is rhodium-plated is coated with a thin layer of the precious metal rhodium to increase shine and prevent wear. Rhodium itself is too brittle and rare for use in jewelry-making, but works well as a plating m... More »

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Clean leather upholstery by vacuuming to remove dust, wiping with a rag dampened with mild detergent and water, rinsing with a second rag, and buffing to a shine. Apply a leather conditioner occasionally to prevent dryin... More »

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